Claire Taylor Joins Stokes Lawrence's Financial Services Group
She comes to the firm from Colvin + Hallett, where she assisted clients with tax disputes, IRS audits, tax defense and civil litigation. Prior to that she was a litigator with the U.S. Department of Justice Tax Division.
Claire assists creditors with protecting and enforcing their rights in bankruptcy, loan documentation and enforcement of promissory notes and guarantees, foreclosures, receiverships, and workout negotiations and restructurings. She also advocates for clients in audits and appeals, assists clients with issues involving federal tax liens, and advises clients on a wide range of tax matters. In addition to financial services and tax matters, Claire represents physicians in a range of business matters.
“Claire’s background brings additional depth to our strong Financial Services practice,” noted Managing Shareholder Kelly Twiss Noonan. “Our clients with benefit from her strong litigation and tax experience.”
The Stokes Lawrence Financial Services attorneys have in-depth experience representing financial institutions, lenders, receivers, purchasers and borrowers in commercial and public finance matters.