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Steptoe & Johnson brings Brad Anwyll on board

Steptoe & Johnson LLP has hired Brad Anwyll, a litigator specialising in tax controversy. He has joined the firm from PwC and brings with him 35 years of experience in tax law.

Anwyll has worked more than 30 tax cases before the US courts involving federal and international issues. He has represented taxpayers in more than 250 matters before the IRS. He is a fellow of the American College of Tax Counsel, as well as the Tax Court appointments committee and several bar associations.

For four consecutive years, Brad Anwyll has featured in International Tax Review’s Tax Controversy Leaders guide. Anwyll is just the latest addition to Steptoe’s Tax Group, which includes experienced litigators who have worked at the US Justice Department and the Treasury’s Office of Tax Policy. The tax practice seeks to combine trial-tested litigation skills with experience.

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