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Miami firm Diaz Reus & Targ adds two new personnel to international tax department

Bruna Barboa

Miami-based international law firm Diaz Reus & Targ has announced two additions to its international tax department: Julio Barbosa and Bruna Barbosa.

Julio Barbosa, a lawyer with more than 40 years of experience in international taxation and international transactions, has extensive cross-border expertise covering Latin America and the US.

Bruna Barbosa is skilled in issues relating to real estate investment, business organisation, cross-border transactions and personal taxation issues relating to immigration and estate planning.

Both professionals started their careers in Brazil and will be of counsel at Diaz Reus.

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