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"Chamberlain Hrdlicka Powers Up International Tax Team with Trio in San Antonio" in Texas Lawyer

September 2, 2022

Texas Lawyer article highlights the firm’s growth in San Antonio as Patrick Martin, Anuar Estefan and Luz Villegas-Bañuelos join Chamberlain Hrdlicka

A Texas Lawyer article discusses Chamberlain Hrdlicka's growth in San Antonio, as Patrick Martin joins as a shareholder, and Anuar Estefan and Luz Villegas-Bañuelos will join as associates, to expand the firm’s international tax and tax controversy services. They will assist domestic and foreign businesses, multi-national families, global investors, funds, and privately held companies with complex international cross-border transactions, multinational agreements, international tax & estate planning strategies, US international tax compliance, and tax controversy matters.

“We are excited to add Patrick and his experienced team to our firm, and to continue our firm’s momentum in San Antonio,” said Larry Campagna, managing shareholder of Chamberlain Hrdlicka. “With deep international tax expertise in multiple jurisdictions including in Latin America and Europe, Patrick’s group adds expertise and depth to our existing international tax practice, creating more value for our clients nationwide and globally.”

“As a leading law firm in tax and business law and with our long history of working with cross border Texas connected clients, Chamberlain Hrdlicka is the ideal firm to continue to grow this dynamic international tax practice,” added Martin. “The culture and values of Chamberlain Hrdlicka attorneys are a great fit for this dedicated team. We are international tax lawyers who have a passion for providing excellent service and creative solutions for our clients to complex cross-border business, investment, and related tax planning and tax problems. All of these excellent attorneys studied law in both the United States and Mexico and we pride our experience and interest in assisting cross-border clients and particularly global investors and businesses.”  

Read the full article here.