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Thursday, February 26, 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Horwood Marcus & Berk Adds State and Local Tax Lawyer Samantha K. Breslow in Chicago

CHICAGO (February 26, 2015) - Samantha K. Breslow has joined Horwood Marcus & Berk's State and Local Tax practice. She will focus her practice on multistate tax issues involving sales and use tax, franchise tax, corporate income tax, personal income tax, gross receipts tax, and unclaimed property. Samantha assists  a wide array of clients, including Fortune 500 corporations, investment partnerships, and high net worth individuals in the successful resolution of state tax audits and controversies.

"We are thrilled to have Sam join our SALT group," said Jordan M. Goodman, head of the State and Local Tax Group at Horwood Marcus & Berk. "Sam started as a clerk at HMB and then gained great valuable experience in the multistate group at Deloitte. We have big plans for Sam as she will be an excellent fit for our multistate controversy practice. We have experienced substantial growth, and Sam will help us keep up with the demand for our multistate and multinational controversy work."

Ms. Breslow was formerly with Deloitte's Multistate Tax Group where she served the tax needs of a range of clients, including high-yield investment partnerships, law firms, and large corporations. She effectively consulted clients on their compliance needs and assisted them on their reporting requirements. Her excellent work and client service at Deloitte Tax LLP earned her several "Deloitte Applause Awards."

"I am very pleased to return to HMB and to join the SALT team," said Samantha. "I served as a legal clerk with HMB in 2012, and I was particularly impressed by the quality of clients, intricacy of matters, and the inviting culture of the firm. My technical tax expertise as a state tax consultant at Deloitte Tax LLP will complement HMB's experienced and venerated SALT team."

Samantha received her J.D., magna cum laude, from the University of Illinois College of Law and her B.A. in English and Spanish from The University of Texas at Austin.

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