As the pandemic necessitates continued physical distancing, tech companies worldwide have turned to remote working to ensure the stability of their businesses. This episode of TMT Talk explores the working-from-home phenomenon from a data privacy, tax, and employment standpoint. Join Kate AlexanderMichael BrewerMichiel Kloes, and Flavia Rebello as they share powerful insights on this essential aspect of our new normal.

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Kate handles all aspects of cross-border tax structuring for UK-headed and non-UK headed groups. She is particularly knowledgeable in UK DPT provisions, CFC regime, loan relationship anti-avoidance provisions and the new interest limitation rules. She regularly assists multinational companies with the design of their global holding and financing structures.

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Flavia Rebello is a partner in our Intellectual Property, Technology and Data Protection Team. Her practice includes data protection, licensing, sourcing and transactions, franchising and e-commerce and Internet. She is also a regional leader for the IPTech practice in Latin America.

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Michael Brewer is a partner in Baker McKenzie's San Francisco office, co-chair of the US Employment Disputes Group and North American Employment Disputes Group and chair of the Firm’s Global Employment & Compensation Group. A trial lawyer who represents global and domestic clients, Michael has tried class action and single plaintiff employment cases before judges, juries and arbitrators. Super Lawyers has repeatedly recognized Michael for his superior defense of employment claims.

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Michiel Kloes is a partner in the Tax Practice Group in Baker McKenzie Amsterdam. In 2010, he was seconded for six months to Firm’s San Francisco and Palo Alto office. Prior to joining Baker McKenzie in 2008, Michiel worked as a tax lawyer in the international tax practice group of a large Dutch law firm. During this period, he was seconded for one year to their office in New York.

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