Williams Parker Announces
Elizabeth M. Stamoulis has become an associate attorney with the law firm of Williams Parker. Ms. Stamoulis will join the firm’s intellectual property, business, and real estate transactional practices. Prior to Williams Parker, Ms. Stamoulis practiced with a Global 100 law firm in New York. She is a graduate of Stanford Law School, where she was awarded the Gerald Gunther Prize. Ms. Stamoulis earned her Bachelor of Arts degree at Dartmouth College, summa cum laude. She was named a Presidential Scholar and received four Dartmouth College citations for academic excellence.
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Shareholder Presents at
ABA Tax Section Meeting
E. John Wagner II, a shareholder with the law firm of Williams Parker, presented on a panel at the American Bar Association Tax Section meeting on May 9, 2015, in Washington, D.C. This meeting brought together the nation’s leading tax practitioners to discuss current issues, topics, and legislation. Mr. Wagner addressed “Deferred Sales Trusts” and other techniques to defer capital gains tax from business and real estate transactions.