Williams Parker recently published its fifth edition of “Requisite,” the firm’s thought-leadership publication offering insights on legal issues. The current edition focuses on international matters from multiple perspectives. The publication includes an interview with Allen Carlson, the outgoing CEO of Sun Hydraulics, a publicly held company and one of America’s most innovative manufacturers. It also includes articles on protecting intellectual property and minimizing taxes—two challenges facing every global company—as well as an article describing how the rapid rise in China’s middle class is fueling demand for US goods and services.
“The lawyers of Williams Parker have been helping clients navigate the complex rules governing residence, investment, and business—locally and globally—for decades,” says Ric Gregoria, president of Williams Parker. “This issue of ‘Requisite’ provides a small glimpse into our experience."
Firm Announces Two
Elizabeth M. Stamoulis and Juliana Ferro have become associate attorneys with the law firm of Williams Parker.
Elizabeth M. Stamoulis joined the firm’s intellectual property, business, and real estate transactional practices. Prior to joining 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.
Juliana Ferro joined the firm’s real estate practice team. She graduated from law school with a joint degree from the University of Virginia School of Law (J.D.) and Sciences Po Law School in Paris (Master in Economic Law). She served on the editorial board of the Virginia Journal of International Law and the Virginia Environmental Law Journal. Prior to attending law school, she was a Program Analyst for the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics in Washington, D.C. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Miami, summa cum laude. She is fluent in Spanish and French and also speaks conversational Portuguese.
Shareholder is Panelist
at ABA Tax Meeting
E. John Wagner, II, a shareholder with the law firm of Williams Parker, was a panelist at the American Bar Association Tax Section Midyear meeting on January 30, 2016, in Los Angeles, CA. The panel discussed commercial real estate lease income tax planning opportunities. The meeting brought together the nation’s leading tax practitioners to discuss current issues, topics, and legislation.
Mr. Wagner is a board certified tax attorney and chairs the firm’s Corporate and Tax practices. He represents executives, entrepreneurs, and real estate investors in tax, transactional, capital raising, estate planning, and estate administration matters.