Experienced Corporate and Tax Attorney Julie Y. Wann Has Joined Hoge Fenton
By | 09.10.2014 | Firm Post
We are pleased to announce that Julie Y. Wann has joined our firm. An experienced corporate and tax attorney, Julie’s current practice focuses on individual, partnership and corporate taxation, and business entity formation. Julie also advises individuals in asset protection, wealth transfer and tax planning.
Julie’s background includes international tax consulting and planning for multi-national corporations. Prior to Hoge Fenton, Julie was in solo practice and previously was a senior tax associate at Arthur Andersen LLP, which included planning and implementing domestic and international corporate restructuring, mergers and acquisitions. Julie also performed corporate, partnership and individual income tax compliance and audited financial statements of partnership and corporations.
“Julie is a dynamic attorney with a diverse practice in tax, estate and corporate work,” said Steve Siner, shareholder and chair of Hoge Fenton’s Corporate Group. “The very high caliber of her work and her dedication to solving her clients’ complex issues together with her background as a Certified Public Accountant, will further enhance the service we provide our clients. We are pleased that Julie is on our team.”
Julie holds a J.D. degree from the Santa Clara University School of Law, an M.B.A. from the Santa Clara University Leavey School of Business and a B.S. degree in Business Administration, with emphasis in accounting and finance, from the University of California at Berkeley. She is a Certified Public Accountant in inactive status.
“Tax laws change rapidly, so it’s important for both businesses and individuals to have insightful and forward-thinking counsel. I am excited to be part of Hoge Fenton’s Corporate and Tax groups, where I’ll be working with seasoned business law and tax experts to assist privately held businesses in structuring tax-saving transactions and to develop strategies for our clients to preserve their wealth.” — Julie Wann