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Miranda
Lutz

Senior Associate
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Miranda Lutz

Miranda is a Senior Associate in the Washington, DC office. She previously worked at Deloitte, counselling the firm's senior executives on US and foreign policy issues. Miranda also spent over three years working in the US House of Representatives advising Members of Congress serving on the Ways & Means and Foreign Affairs committees.

At Global Counsel, Miranda works with corporate and investor clients across a range of US policy issues. 

Recent examples of her work include: 

  • Tracking policy and regulatory developments for clients in the tech, life sciences, and financial services sectors and developing strategies for thought leadership.  
  • Advising an investor client considering a venture in cybersecurity on policy trends in technology and national security. 
  • Working with clients to map trade-related risks to companies’ supply chains with operations in Asia, Europe, and the US and crafting mitigation strategies.

Latest Insights by Miranda Lutz

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What the Tech: the US-Russia digital controversies

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In a bonus episode, Miranda Lutz, Senior Associate in our US office is joined by Frederick Michell, Associate in the Russia, Eastern Europe and Central Asia practice, to discuss the implications of US-Russia relations on the tech industry.

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US fights back: the challenges to taxing digital

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The meteoric rise of digital commerce and virtual services has raised the issue of how to tax companies that do not generate value based on their physical footprint, but nonetheless place a burden on the jurisdictions in which they operate. The digital tax issue has been percolating for several years but as major tech companies like Facebook and Netflix have raised the…

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After Alaska: tech investment and US-China tensions

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The meeting between US and Chinese officials in Alaska on March 19th left little doubt that the new Biden administration does not mean a quick rapprochement between Beijing and Washington. If anything, Chinese officials upped the ante by making it clear that they see little downside to taking a tough line and signalling that China will emerge confident from covid-19. …

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