Paige Davis counsels clients on all aspects of U.S. and cross-border transactions, including entity formation and selection, operation, tax planning, exit strategies, mergers and acquisitions, financing and other business operations. She works closely with multi-national companies to address legal needs arising or connected with their U.S. activities and operations across jurisdictions. READ MORE
A native Canadian, she has a broad understanding of business and national security regulations in Canada and the U.S. and provides clients with strategic business advice to prevent or navigate compliance issues. Paige regularly advises U.S. and foreign entities on all aspects of import and export compliance, as well as CFIUS notices and advice.
She also works with many closely-held businesses and their owners to develop successful business plans and business succession strategies.
Paige has been described by Chambers® USA’s Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business as “tenacious, smart and experienced,” who is “patient in explaining situations in layman’s terms so you feel comfortable.”
Association of Washington Business
Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, General Counsel
University of Washington Masters in Tax LL.M Program, Legal Steering Committee
Washington State Bar Association
University of Washington, School of Law, Masters in Taxation Program, Faculty Member
World Law Group
U.S. Law Firm Group, International Practice Committee, Member
Canada-America Society, Member
Association of Washington Business Institute, Leadership Washington Program (2014-Present)
On the Boards, Board Member
World Trade Center Seattle, Board Member
Chambers® USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, Corporate, Securities and M&A (2021)
The Best Lawyers in America©, Tax (2012-2022)
“Washington Super Lawyer,” Thomson Reuters, Tax (2018-2021)
"Client Service All-Stars," BTI Consulting (2020)
“Washington Rising Star,” Thomson Reuters, Tax (2005, 2009, 2011-2017)
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