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Christy Vouri-Misso Joins Bousquet Holstein PLLC

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Bousquet Holstein PLLC is pleased to announce that Christy Vouri-Misso has joined the Tax Practice Group at the firm.

As a former Attorney Advisor to Judge Robert A. Wherry, of the United States Tax Court, Christy focuses her practice on all aspects of federal and state tax controversies and planning.  This background gives her the unique ability to view tax issues from all angles with an eye toward resolution.  She helps clients through the complex processes of Internal Revenue Service (IRS) examinations (tax audits), administrative appeals, voluntary disclosures, tax penalties, and litigation.  Christy’s tax planning experience includes drafting tax opinions on sophisticated business transactions, requesting Private Letter Rulings from the IRS, advising on Nuclear Decommissioning Trusts, and helping clients successfully navigate the detailed rules under the New Markets Tax Credit (NMTC) program to achieve favorable financing on development projects all over the country.

Christy began her career at an internationally recognized (AmLaw100) law firm in Washington, D.C., primarily focusing on international tax disputes and agreements, including transfer pricing IRS audits, appeals, litigation, Advance Pricing Agreements, and the Mutual Agreement Program.  She is also a former professor at Georgetown University Law Center where she taught Tax Practice and Procedure, Litigation.  Christy and her husband Roger moved to Syracuse and Central New York to raise their two young children, Amelia and Jack.

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