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Matheson Named Winning International Firm in the Americas 2017

AUTHOR(S): John Ryan, Mark O’Sullivan, Turlough Galvin, Alan Keating
DATE: 19.09.2017

Matheson was recently awarded the International Firm in the Americas Award 2017 at the International Tax Review’s 12th annual Americas Tax Awards ceremony in New York.

This award recognises the excellence of the legal work undertaken by Matheson’s Tax Group and the firm’s position as Ireland’s leading tax advisory practice.  The award recognises Matheson’s footprint on the ground in the US, which includes tax partners on both the East and West coasts of the US, with Tax principal John Ryan leading our US offices from New York, partner Alan Keating also in New York, and partner Mark O'Sullivan leading our US West coast offices in San Francisco and Palo Alto.

Speaking about the win, Mark O’Sullivan said

“A prestigious award such as this is tremendous market recognition of the high profile work that we are consistently delivering for our clients.  It reflects the strong commitment of the firm to our US clients with Irish operations, and our significant work on cross border tax matters involving unique Irish tax considerations for US multinational companies.”


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