Bird & Bird expands tax and trade practices in The Hague

01 March 2013

Brian Mulier, Pieter Camps

Today Bird & Bird in The Hague welcomes partner Brian Mulier who is rejoining the International Tax and International Trade & Customs Practice Groups. He also brings with him customs and trade associate Goran Danilović.

Brian has over 20 years’ experience covering the full range of customs and trade related matters as well as the application of EU export controls, including dual-use and military products and technologies, as well as economic sanctions. 

He’s advised multi-national clients, particularly in relation to EU customs compliance and customs efficient supply chain (re-)structuring. This has included sourcing strategies and optimising the use of free trade agreements. Brian was most recently at Baker & McKenzie for two years.

Pieter Camps, Co-Head of Bird & Bird’s International Tax Group said: “We are delighted with the arrival of Brian and Goran to expand our practices. Their joining will help to further optimise our international clients’ supply chains and ensure efficient compliance with trade and customs laws.”

On his appointment Brian said: “I am excited to join Bird & Bird again, particularly given its impressive international client base, interesting work and friendly and skilled colleagues.”