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BMR welcomes back Tarun Jain as partner to head up GST, customs & trade

Tarun Jain re-joins BMR as partner
Tarun Jain re-joins BMR as partner

Former BMR Legal Advocates principal Tarun Jain has returned to BMR Legal as a partner after he went independent in 2017, according to the firm’s press release last week.

He will be leading BMR’s “initiative in the area of GST, customs & trade practice”, according to BMR.

He is a 2007 NLU Jodhpur graduate with an LLM from the London School of Economics (LSE), and had previously worked at Lakshmikumaran & Sridharan and Economic Laws Practice (ELP), before joining BMR in 2014.

Jain commented in the release: “With the advent of GST and the expected Direct Tax Code, there is a massive change in the tax ecosystem.

“The technological empowerment of tax administration and complexity of design oblige the taxpayers to undertake a holistic appraisal of their tax positions, keeping in mind both direct and indirect tax paradigms.

“It is, therefore, a right time to invest in a multidimensional outlook which involves legal, business and accounting interface of both direct and indirect taxes. This move is intended to bring synergies and competence to achieve these objectives.”

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