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Location Texas - Fort Worth
Job ID R9YM105006
Litigation - General/Commercial
Fort Worth office of our client seeks litigation attorney with 2-5 years of experience. The candidate should preferably have an accounting degree or CPA.
This law firm was founded a few years ago with a focus on tax litigation. Their areas of practice include IRS audits and appeals, business and employment, state and local tax, criminal tax, and offshore accounts. They have been involved in some of the most complex tax litigation cases. Their office is located in Fort Worth, TX.
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10777 Westheimer, Suite 1100Houston,Texas 77042
Phone (713) 270-1199
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