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IRS Chief of Appeals returning to Sutherland

Sheldon Kay, Chief of Appeals at the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is returning to Sutherland Asbill & Brennan as a tax partner.

Kay will focus on tax controversy issues, including IRS procedures, dispute resolutions and tax litigation matters when he returns to the firm on September 1 2013.

Kay joined the IRS Appeals Office in 2011, having served as a partner in Sutherland’s tax practice since 2004.

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