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June 18, 2020

Sharon Brown and Dena DeFazio Appointed to NYSBA Committee on Diversity and Inclusion

June 18, 2020—Sharon Brown and Dena DeFazio, both attorneys at Barclay Damon, have been appointed to the New York State Bar Association’s Committee on Diversity and Inclusion.

Brown, a partner, concentrates her practice on the federal tax treatment of tax-exempt bond financings and serves as bond counsel, underwriters’ counsel, and special-tax counsel.

DeFazio, an associate, focuses her practice on regulatory and compliance issues in the health care industry and on health care-related litigation and administrative proceedings.

NYSBA’s Committee on Diversity and Inclusion promotes the full and equal participation of attorneys of color and other diverse attorneys in NYSBA and in all sectors and at every level of the legal profession through research, education, fostering involvement and leadership development in NYSBA, and other professional activities. It also promotes knowledge of the profession in communities that historically have been excluded from the practice of law.

Barclay Damon attorneys team across offices and practices to provide customized, targeted solutions grounded in industry knowledge and a deep understanding of our clients’ businesses. With nearly 300 attorneys, Barclay Damon is a leading law firm that operates from a strategic platform of offices located in the Northeastern United States and Toronto. For more information, visit our award-winning website at barclaydamon.com.

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