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Calvo, Fisher & Jacob law firm opens Dallas office

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The Calvo, Fisher & Jacob law firm has a new office.  The new Dallas, Texas office will focus on domestic and international tax matters and will be anchored by one of the nation's leading tax controversy practitioners, William P. Davis.  Bejan Ghatrehee has been picked up as an associate of the Dallas office.  He has experience in individual and entity tax planning, estate planning and civil and criminal tax controversy representation.

Founding partner Eduardo "Champ" Calvo said, "Bill and BJ bring world-class tax expertise to the firm. They will be a great fit with our existing practice- allowing us to expand our litigation work to include tax matters, as well as providing tax advice to our existing clients, while our litigators and transactional lawyers assist Bill's clients with their general litigation and business issues." 

According to a press release, Davis will focus on sophisticated income tax and estate planning, trust planning, asset protection, charitable planning, and probate with more than 25 years experience in tax controversy matters, handling federal and state taxpayer examinations, appeals, civil and criminal tax litigation in state and federal courts.  Davis said, "The firm provides a strong international platform, which has become increasingly important in the tax world as the IRS focuses enforcement efforts on overseas assets."

Calvo Fisher & Jacob has other offices in Guam, Saipan, and San Francisco, California.

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