MIAMI, June 22, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Greenberg Traurig, P.A., a global law firm, is strengthening its international litigation and tax practices Seth J. Entin, a tax attorney who is a shareholder in the Miami Office, and Adrian Nuñez, a litigator who joins as legal counsel.
Entin, who began his career at Greenberg Traurig more than two decades ago as a Summer Associate while studying law, is recognized for his expertise in international tax matters. He focuses on representing non-US and multi-jurisdictional high net worth individuals and families as well as national and international companies in international tax matters. He also represents U.S. citizens and businesses looking to do business overseas. He is also responsible for international tax audits and appeals for the Internal Revenue Service.
His return to Greenberg Sadly comes at the right time, given the proposed major corporate tax changes in the US and around the world. Both the von Biden government, Congress and the G7 are discussing potential new measures to revise corporate and capital gains tax.
Nuñez's focus on domestic and international arbitration and commercial disputes will enhance the firm's already strong offering for service companies operating in Latin America, especially those with a strong base of operations in Miami. Nuñez has also represented major financial institutions and investors in civil litigation, including business and contractual disputes and fraudulent transfers. He also represents creditors in bankruptcy proceedings.
"Having Seth back with us adds tremendous strength and expertise to our already strong international tax team, particularly on Latin American matters where clients have worked with Seth for decades," said Yosbel A. Ibarra, managing partner of Miami Office. "Adrian, who speaks fluent Spanish and has a strong background in international arbitration and dispute resolution, is expanding our already renowned litigation skills at home and abroad." He added, "Both Seth and Adrian have impressive professional credentials, but equally important is their commitment to our strong culture of collaboration and camaraderie."
Entin's expertise in international tax matters is evident in some of the key transactions he has accompanied during his career, including representing Teva Pharmaceuticals in his $ 2.3 billion Acquisition of the Mexican pharmaceutical giant Representaciones e Investigaciones Medicas S.A. de C.V (Rimsa) through a series of debt and cashless businesses; represents OPKO Health, Inc. in its $ 1.47 billion Negotiating definitive merger agreement with Bio-Reference Laboratories, Inc .; and represents International Exchange Inc. on its first major investment in Israel.
"Greenberg Traurig's global network and resources enable me to connect with and serve my customers, many of whom are located across the region Latin America, Canada, and Europe"Said Entin. “Since they are usually high net worth individuals who own companies, I can develop synergetic tax strategies for them that are suitable for their individual asset management as well as for their corporate and business goals. The recent strong hires at the GT Miami office have only added to the company's energy and commitment to collaboration. I look forward to returning to the company and being part of such a great one again Miami Tell history."
Entin has received numerous awards over the course of his 23-year career. He is currently recognized by Chambers United States as Volume 1 for taxes and was characterized by its "practical approach" and its "strong knowledge base", which is always "geared towards achieving the best possible results". In 2016, he was named "Miami Lawyer of the Year" in tax law by The Best Lawyers in America. Entin is a frequent writer and speaker on international tax topics.
Entin graduated with summa cum laude University of Miami Law school; earned an MBA and MPA from Barry University, and a BTL from Talmud University.
Nuñez has represented Fortune 500 companies in arbitration proceedings before the International Center for Dispute Resolution (ICDR) of the American Arbitration Association (AAA) and the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce. He works closely with foreign or local lawyers, experts and key witnesses and prepares cases that often arise in multiple jurisdictions, including matters that are conducted in Spanish.
“With its nationally recognized litigation practice, Greenberg Traurig plays a decisive role in Miami's Reputation as an international hub for business and dispute resolution, "said Nuñez, who has more than 12 years of litigation experience." The firm's renowned global platform and strong commitment to customer service will undoubtedly be of benefit as I continue my practice will expand. "
Nuñez earned his J.D. cum laude at Florida International University Florida College of Law and graduated cum laude from University of Miami. He is a member of the American Bar Association and the Miami International Arbitration Society and is chairman of the Richard DeWitt Memorial Vis Pre-Moot Committee of the Florida Bar's International Law Section
About Greenberg Traurig: Greenberg Traurig, LLP (GT) has approximately 2200 lawyers in 40 locations in The United States, Latin America, Europe, Asia, and the middle East. Recognized for its philanthropic commitment, diversity, and innovation, GT is consistently among the largest companies in the US for the Law360 400 and the top 20 for the Am Law Global 100. The company is recognized for its. Climate-neutral office energy consumption and Mansfield Rule 3.0 certified. Internet: http://www.gtlaw.com
Elaine Walker, Greenberg Traurig, P.A., 305-579-0832, [email protected]
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