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Law firm Cooley LLP has announced that Michael R. Faber has joined the firm as a partner in its tax practice.

Faber, who will be based in Cooley's New York office, previously worked at law firm Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, where he focused his practice on mergers and acquisitions, as well as on general corporate and partnership tax matters.

Faber has extensive experience in federal and state taxation, including both tax planning and resolving tax controversies with the Internal Revenue Service and state tax authorities. He has also advised corporations, partnerships, other pass-through entities and clean technology companies in renewable energy projects involving federal investment tax credits, production tax credits and Section 1603 cash grants.


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