Senior Associate
Miranda Lutz

Miranda Lutz is a Senior Associate in Global Counsel's Washington, DC office. Miranda has experience covering a wide range of policy issues including technology, trade, energy, environment, immigration, financial services, defence, and international affairs.  

Prior to joining Global Counsel Miranda worked at Deloitte, counselling the firm's senior executives on US and foreign policy issues. She oversaw Deloitte's Regulatory Affairs programme and served on the open source analysis team delivering predictive intelligence to help the firm mitigate risk and leverage new opportunities. Miranda also spent over three years working in the US House of Representatives advising Members of Congress who served on the Ways & Means and Foreign Affairs committees. 

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US fights back: the challenges to taxing digital


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


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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Biden and the transatlantic trading relationships

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This week, Trade and Manufacturing Practice Lead Daniel Capparelli is joined by Senior Associate in our US office Miranda Lutz, and Brussels office Associate Alessandro Gangarossa. They discuss the Biden administration's approach to trade as Katherine Tai, his nominee for USTR representative nears confirmation from the Senate.

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