Merging into three
When Withers decided to create the world's first transatlantic LLP it did not realise how complicated and time consuming it would be. Tim Taylor, Anthony Indaimo and Margaret Robertson talk about the problems they faced and how they overcame them
The merger between Withers and Bergman Horowitz & Reynolds PC (BHR) was announced in December 2001 and became effective from 1 January, 2002. Having worked closely together for some years, the logical step was to combine both practices and take this specialisation to a new level by creating the first transatlantic firm dedicated to successful individuals, their families, businesses and advisers.
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