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Blick Rothenberg strengthens global mobility team with new partner

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Blick Rothenberg has appointed Lee Hamilton to partner at its global mobility tax team.

With more than 20 years of experience, Hamilton is an expert in international social security, expatriate tax and employment tax. He joins the team from Crowe Clark Whitehill, where he built up the expatriate tax practice.

Hamilton also previously worked for PwC and has advised a diverse range of clients during his career. Blick Rothenberg hopes this appointment will strengthen the global mobility practice.

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