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Tax Law Attorney Kevin Halloran Joins Quarles & Brady's Indianapolis Office as Partner

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Indianapolis — The national law firm of Quarles & Brady LLP today announced that attorney Kevin Halloran has joined the firm's Indianapolis office as partner in the firm’s Business Law Practice Group. He was previously at a national business law firm.

Halloran focuses his practice on transactional taxation, specifically mergers and acquisitions involving corporations and partnerships. He provides analysis, financial and tax modeling, and advice on deal structuring for both financial and strategic acquirers. Halloran has extensive experience structuring stock and asset acquisitions, corporate mergers, reorganizations and dispositions.

"We are excited for Kevin to join our Indianapolis office and to make an immediate contribution to the firm and our clients," said Joel Tragesser, Indianapolis office managing partner. "Kevin brings extensive experience in handling tax aspects of M&A deals and deal structuring for corporate clients."

Halloran has represented clients before the Internal Revenue Service, the Indiana Department of Revenue, and the Indiana Tax Court. He is licensed as a certified public accountant in Indiana and is an adjunct professor at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law – Bloomington, where he teaches partnership taxation. He received his Juris Doctor and Bachelor of Arts from Indiana University – Bloomington.

"I am excited to join an impressive lineup of attorneys at Quarles & Brady who share an understanding of what our clients want," said Halloran. "The firm's national presence and strength in the mergers & acquisitions and tax law areas will provide me with the opportunity to best serve my clients."


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