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Withers promotes four tax partners

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Withers International has promoted four tax partners in New York and London as part of a series of legal appointments.

Those promoted to partner roles include Eva Farkas-DiNardo and Elliot Galler in the New York office, and Stephen Nerland and Jaime McLemore in the London practice.

Eva Farkas-DiNardo advises clients on personal and business tax planning, including pre-migration planning for those moving to the US, as well as audits and voluntary disclosures. Meanwhile Elliot Galler focuses on US domestic and multinational businesses and high-net-worth individuals on the tax aspects of investments and M&A deals.

At the London tax practice, Stephen Nerland and Jaime McLemore specialise in advice for US nationals living in the UK. The duo’s main areas of focus are estate planning, compliance and disclosure programmes.

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