International Tax Review's Tax Controversy Leaders Guide 2020 Recognizes Sullivan Tax Partners
Boston, MA - Sullivan today announced that three of its tax partners were listed as "Highly Regarded" in the ninth edition of International Tax Review's 2020 Tax Controversy Leaders guide. The lawyers recognized include:
The publication is an annual guide recognizing the leading tax dispute resolution lawyers and advisers in the world. International Tax Review researchers and journalists make selections based on a minimum number of nominations received. In addition to the number of nominations, entrants must also possess evidence of outstanding success in the past year and consistently positive feedback from peers and clients.
About International Tax Review
Established in 1990, International Tax Review is a leading monthly publication on international tax strategy and cross-border tax issues. The publication's annual directories provide comprehensive guides to the world's top tax practices and practitioners, and rank tax advisory firms based on extensive market research and interviews with corporate tax directors and other leading tax practitioners.
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