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July 19, 2023

Mark Lansing Featured in Law360 Pulse and Articles on Rejoining Barclay Damon

Mark Lansing, of counsel, was featured in the Law360 Pulse article “Tax Litigator Rejoins Barclay Damon After Dickinson Stint” and the article "Big Law Partner Recruiting Picks Up Steam in DC" about rejoining Barclay Damon after spending several years as a sole practitioner and as a member of Dickinson Wright PLLC. 

Mark told Law360 Pulse, “I am looking forward to working with a large team of attorneys and tax professionals across the full spectrum of the firm’s practice areas so I can better serve the needs of our energy clients. I am also very interested in mentoring and training younger attorneys given my many years of experience.”

The article highlights some of Mark’s notable work, including “the largest property tax recovery in New York State history following a trial in a politically sensitive case.” It also refers to the firm’s press release about Mark rejoining Barclay Damon.

Law360 Pulse subscribers can read the full article here

The article stated, "Big Law firms in D.C. have also sought out energy regulatory lawyers, as recent federal legislation have included significant tax incentives for renewable energy projects. . . . Barclay Damon announced Mark Lansing has rejoined the firm as of counsel, in the property tax and condemnation, energy, and project development practice areas."

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