JULIE RHOADES
Partner

Julie Rhoades is a partner at CROKE FAIRCHILD DUARTE & BERES, where she advises clients on the tax aspects of complex business transactions.

With deep experience in highly sophisticated tax matters drawn from her years at Kirkland & Ellis and Winston & Strawn, Julie focuses her practice on tax issues in connection with the formation and operation of investment funds, and has advised on the formation of funds of up to over $2 billion. Julie also represents clients on tax issues in domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions and other corporate transactions.

Fund managers and key executives in various industries (including technology, financial services, healthcare, automotive, and cannabis) look to Julie for advice around on transaction structure and the tax aspects of purchase agreements, operating agreements, and related documents.  Julie also has significant experience in counseling tax-exempt organizations, ranging from newly formed public charities to well-established elder care and university organizations, on formation, conflict of interest, and operational issues.

Office: 312.768.4700

PRACTICE AREAS

EDUCATION

  • University of Michigan Law School, J.D.
  • Northwestern University, B.A.

ADMISSIONS

  • Illinois
  • Michigan

JULIE RHOADES
Partner

Office: 312.768.4700

PRACTICE AREAS

EDUCATION

  • University of Michigan Law School, J.D.
  • Northwestern University, B.A.

ADMISSIONS

  • Illinois
  • Michigan

Julie Rhoades is a partner at CROKE FAIRCHILD DUARTE & BERES, where she advises clients on the tax aspects of complex business transactions.

With deep experience in highly sophisticated tax matters drawn from her years at Kirkland & Ellis and Winston & Strawn, Julie focuses her practice on tax issues in connection with the formation and operation of investment funds, and has advised on the formation of funds of up to over $2 billion. Julie also represents clients on tax issues in domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions and other corporate transactions.

Fund managers and key executives in various industries (including technology, financial services, healthcare, automotive, and cannabis) look to Julie for advice around on transaction structure and the tax aspects of purchase agreements, operating agreements, and related documents.  Julie also has significant experience in counseling tax-exempt organizations, ranging from newly formed public charities to well-established elder care and university organizations, on formation, conflict of interest, and operational issues.