NEW YORK (September 5, 2023) — Kostelanetz LLP has been recognized by International Tax Review/World Tax as a top-tier firm for tax controversy in the publication’s 2024 rankings guide. Additionally, four of the firm’s partners have been recognized as “Highly Regarded” tax controversy practitioners.
Both the New York and Washington, D.C. offices are ranked in Tier 1 for tax controversy for those jurisdictions. ITR/World Tax explains that its independent research and guides include “rankings and profiles of the most effective tax practitioners in the world, covering more than 140 jurisdictions located on every continent.”
In addition, four partners have been recognized as “Highly Regarded” by ITR/World Tax, including:
- Megan L. Brackney for Tax Controversy in New York;
- Caroline D. Ciraolo for Tax Controversy and as a Woman in Tax in D.C.;
- Christopher M. Ferguson for Tax Controversy in New York;
- Bryan C. Skarlatos for Tax Controversy in New York.
ITR/World Tax states that their “Highly Regarded” rank denotes “[p]ractitioners who are highly regarded by their peers and the wider market and who possess a strong track record in dealing with significant matters.” The “Woman in Tax” designation recognizes women who are “leading practitioners in their field.”
About Kostelanetz LLP
Over the past 75 years, Kostelanetz LLP has built a global reputation as a law firm of choice for clients facing high-stakes controversies and negotiations with government agencies. Our attorneys have extensive experience in tax controversies and white-collar criminal defense and are regularly called upon to handle the most challenging and sensitive cases and internal investigations. Important parts of the firm’s practice include tax and estate planning, commercial litigation, government procurement, and government contracting.