Reed Smith loses another as City tax head quits for Fladgate
Reed Smith has lost its UK tax chief with Huw Witty quitting the firm to join City firm Fladgate Fielder. Witty will join Fladgate at the end of July after eight years as a partner with Reed Smith, including six as a partner with Richards Butler before the 2007 merger. Prior to joining the legacy firm, Witty was a partner at Nabarro. He will join Fladgate's two partner tax team in London and will advise clients on corporate taxation and international tax, with a link into the firm's property practice.
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