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US Treasury Department’s Dana Trier moves back to Davis Polk

09 April 2018

Joe Stanley-Smith

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Davis Polk & Wardwell has announced that Dana Trier, who resigned unexpectedly from the US Treasury Department in February 2018, has come back to the firm.

In his role at the Treasury as deputy assistant secretary for tax policy, Trier oversaw the Office of the Tax Legislative Council, helping to coordinate administrative guidance projects and establish and implement the Office’s legislative goals.

Trier was a partner in Davis Polk’s tax department from 1998 to 2008. Following his return, he will work on complex tax issues, and his inside knowledge of tax reform could prove useful to clients.






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