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Wolf Theiss expands tax practice to Poland

01 October 2012

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Wolf Theiss will add one new tax partner and two lawyers to its ranks when it takes over Beiten Burkhardt’s Warsaw office on January 1 next year. Three other partners and 37 lawyers also work in the office, which will be renamed Wolf Theiss Warsaw and will be the firm's largest outside Vienna.

Elinore Richardson, formerly of Borden Ladner Gervais in Canada, joined Wolf Theiss's tax practice in Vienna in December 2011 and Benjamin Twardosz became a partner in the group on January 1 this year.  






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