David Fruchtman joins Steptoe’s tax group in New York
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David Fruchtman joins Steptoe’s tax group in New York

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Steptoe & Johnson has appointed David Fruchtman as partner in the firm’s tax group in the US.

Fruchtman, who has previously been quoted by ITR in articles on the Wayfair case, joins from Rimôn, where he was counsel. Based in the New York office, Fruchtman will focus his practice on state and local tax (SALT) matters.

Over a 30-year career, he has assisted clients in all 50 states on matters involving income taxes, franchise taxes, sales and use taxes, real property transfer taxes and a variety of other state and local taxes.

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