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PwC hires ex-official for US practice

PwC US has hired an adviser with 10 years experience at the IRS and the Treasury Department as a principal in its international tax services practice.

David Sotos joins the firm from Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, where he advised clients on a wide array of inbound and outbound international tax matters.

He started his career as an adviser at the US Tax Court, practised as an associate with the Frost & Jacobs law firm in Cincinnati and served almost 10 years in various government positions, including as an advisor in the passthroughs and special industries and international divisions of the IRS Office of Associate Chief Counsel, as well as the international tax counsel's office at the Department of Treasury.

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