Updated 3:38 p.m.
Baker & McKenzie has expanded its tax practice in Washington with the addition of a partner, the firm announced this week.
George Clarke, formerly a partner at Miller & Chevalier, focuses his practice on tax dispute resolution. That includes the litigation of civil and criminal tax matters as well as white collar and international investigations.
Clarke started with Baker & McKenzie in 2000 as a paralegal and subsequently as an associate from 2003 to 2008 before leaving for Miller & Chevalier.
"George's wealth of experience in tax litigation matters is a great fit for our exceptional tax dispute resolution team," Elizabeth Stern, DC managing partner, said in a written statement.
There are 46 partners in the Washington office’s tax practice, including Clarke, according to the firm’s website.
Clarke could not immediately be reached for comment.