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Laurie Dicker joins Andersen Tax

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Laurie Dicker has been appointed as the managing director of Anderson Tax’s US national tax office, based in Washington, DC. Dicker, who has more than 25 years of experience in transfer pricing, will be part of the firm’s transfer pricing practice.

Dicker worked for Arthur Andersen for nine years, before taking on a role as economist with the IRS. After that, Dicker went back to Arthur Andersen as a partner, before moving to EY as a principal. She joins Andersen Tax from Alvarez & Marsal. Dicker advises her clients on TP planning, documentation and controversy resolution, among other things.

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