James S.H. Null Joins New York Office of Greenberg Traurig
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The law firm of Greenberg Traurig announced via a press release that James S.H. Null has joined the firm in the New York office. Null will work as of counsel in the Global practice. He comes to the firm from


Barbara Kaplan, the chair of the New York Tax Practice, said the following in the release: “Jamie’s extensive experience in a wide range of U.S. federal tax matters bolsters our global Tax Practice and brings a new dimension to the firm’s experience in this area. He will make an immediate impact.”

The co-managing shareholder of the firm’s New York office, Nancy Mitchell, said the following: “The addition of Jamie continues to build on our strong transactional practice in New York. His international experience further enhances our ability to offer clients top-tier counsel on cross-border matters. We welcome him to the firm.”

Null earned his LL.M. from New York University School of Law, his law degree from the University of Miami School of Law and his BA from Brandeis University.

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“Jamie’s addition to the New York office exemplifies our firm’s commitment to attracting top-quality lawyers and adapting to clients’ needs,” said Stephen Rabinowitz, co-managing shareholder of Greenberg Traurig’s New York office. “His experience advising clients on international, entertainment, private equity and real estate transactions will continue to strengthen our ability to advise clients on these matters.”

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