Jean Touttée

Jean Touttée is a founding partner of the firm with a speciality in tax law. He has developed notable expertise in the fields of corporate group taxation, restructuring and acquisition operations (specifically global structuring of the operation and payroll taxation), taxation of top management, taxation of family assets (family office) and taxation of non-profit organizations (associations, trust funds…). 

Before founding TCA in 1999, he practiced law at CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre from 1990 to 1999.

A member of the Paris Bar Association, Jean holds a senior professional degree in corporate law and taxation (Magistère de juriste d'affaires et fiscalité, 1988) from the University of La Sorbonne-Assas, as well as a certification in finance and accounting (Diplôme d'Etudes Comptables et Financières, 1991).

He is a member of the business commitee of the Tax Lawyer Association (Institut des Avocats Conseils Fiscaux, IACF).

Jean speaks French and English. 

Recently training sessions: 

  • Fiscal panorama 2022 with members of the Council of State (Conférence EFE/IACF - January 2022)
  • Rémunération of contributions and donations  (Conférence IACF - for tax Lawyers  - May 2021) approximately 400 participants
  • Fiscal panorama 2021 with members of the Council of State (Conférence EFE/IACF - January 2021)
  • Case law news on corporate taxation (Conférence IACF- November 2019) 

Other training sessions:

  • Comparative fiscal and social analysis of furnished rentals and parahotellerie  (June 2021)

  • Employee profit-haring and tax law (Conférence IACF) 

  • News of asset disposals between realted parties (Conférence IACF)

  • Joint-venture : the tax aspects of Prevailing agreements (Francis Lefebvre Formation)  

  • Legal Practitioners and international taxation (Francis Lefebvre Formation)

  • Billing a Foreign Client: How to Minimize the Risk of Tax Reassessment (Francis Lefebvre Formation)

  •  The Complex Issues of Tax Consolidation (Francis Lefebvre Formation)

  •  Businesses ("fonds de commerce"): Sale and Lease Management (Francis Lefebvre Formation)

  • Legal and tax aspects of transfers and acquisitions (session for the benefit of banks and public accountant networks).  

  • Financial structuring  

  • Public Housing (HLM): Determining Taxable Income