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Jorge Castro's Arrival at Miller & Chevalier Covered by the Associated Press

"Well-Regarded Tax Policy Expert Jorge Castro Joins Miller & Chevalier's Tax Department"

Associated Press

Jorge Castro's arrival at Miller & Chevalier was covered by the Associated Press. "Miller & Chevalier is best-in-class when it comes to providing strategic counsel and technical tax advice, and I am excited to continue my practice here," said Castro, who previously served on the staff of senior Democratic members of both the Senate Committee on Finance and the House Committee on Ways and Means. He also served as Counselor to the Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). "The firm's long tax history and reputation, robust platform, and team of savvy tax lawyers will allow me to offer more resources and services to my clients."

"Jorge's experience working directly with the Commissioner of the IRS will be an invaluable resource to our global clients across the wide array of regulatory, enforcement, administration, and compliance issues they are facing with the agency," said Larry Gibbs, Senior Counsel in the firm's Tax practice who served as Commissioner of the IRS himself from 1986 to 1989.

"Jorge brings a deep understanding of government decision-making processes and uses that knowledge in coordination with his technical tax expertise to help clients resolve complex matters in the most efficient, effective ways possible," said George Hani, Chair of the firm's Tax Department. "Given his unique combination of legislative and tax administration experience, he has the proven ability to work a bill completely through the legislative process, and then guide clients through the administrative guidance process."

"Jorge is well regarded in the tax policy community, particularly by members of Congress, senior Treasury and IRS officials, and their staffs," said Marc Gerson, Chair of the firm's Executive Committee. "Having worked together on Capitol Hill, I am particularly pleased to welcome him to the firm."

This article also appeared in Business Wire, Global Banking and Finance Review, and MarketWatch.