Founded in Atlanta in 1924, Sutherland grew to distinction on one big insight: whatever else corporate clients might want, theyd always need sophisticated tax advice, both in the south and in Washington, D.C., where the firm opened in 1937. Two of its partners went on to head the IRS and over...
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