...shareholder in Dallas] initiated conversations based upon our friendship developed through ABA Tax Section meetings. Tom Helfand [shareholder in Dallas and chairman of the firm...
Attaining partnership at a law firm involves assuming three types of increased risk
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...associate with the tax and employee benefits...has received the American Bar Association Criminal Justice Section Norm Maleng Minister...
...per curiam opinion as to Sections I, II, and III. Judge...failing to file an income tax return in violation of 26...
...But a lengthy story on the front of the July 17 business section of The New York Times examining that disconnect got people...
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