Chamberlain Hrdlicka Expands Tax Controversy & Litigation Practice in Atlanta with Two New Associates

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ATLANTA, GA—Chamberlain Hrdlicka is pleased to welcome Associates John Bartel and Victor Fox to the firm’s Atlanta office. These additions expand the firm’s nationally recognized Tax Controversy & Litigation practice, composed of attorneys experienced in advising and representing taxpayers before federal, state and local taxing authorities.

John M. Bartel
Bartel brings in-depth tax knowledge and practical experience to Chamberlain. While in law school, Bartel worked to become a well-rounded attorney in a variety of legal environments, including Fortune 500 corporations Citigroup and Sykes Enterprises Inc., a boutique business law firm and a federal judicial externship with the Honorable Catherine P. McEwen of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Middle District of Florida.

Victor M. Fox
Fox focuses his practice on a variety of complex tax controversy issues. Prior to joining Chamberlain, he served as a summer associate and law clerk for an Am Law 200 firm in Colorado. At that firm, Fox assisted the Cannabis group and the International Wealth and Asset Planning group in a wide range of matters from regulatory compliance to tax planning to tax controversy.

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