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Barry C. Maloney, admitted to District of Columbia, US Supreme Court, US Court of Appeals, and US Tax Court bars, and other state bars Pro Hac Vice. Education: Georgetown University (B.S.B.A.); George Washington University (J.D.); Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity; Recipient, Outstanding Law Student In Nation Award. Certified Public Accountant, Maryland. Author: "Avoiding Delays Processing Registration Statements Under the Securities Act of 1933," The Business Lawyer. Professional Employment: Special Counsel, U.S. Economic Stabilization Program. Attorney-Advisor and Senior Branch Attorney, Division of Corporation Finance, Securities and Exchange Commission. Member: The District of Columbia Bar and American Bar Association. Areas of Concentration: general corporate, tax, securities, and trade association law; and all types of business entities, including limited liability companies, partnerships, sole proprietorships, non-profit organizations, and trusts. Engages in and oversees financial and accounting services for trade associations and select clients.


George R. Knox, Jr., admitted to bar, Texas, US Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit, US District Court, Southern District of Texas, U.S. Tax Court; US Court of Federal Claims; US Court of International Trade; US District Court, Western District of Texas; US Court of Appeals, Fourth Circuit; US District Court, District of Columbia; US District Court of Appeals, District of Columbia, U.S. Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit. Certified Public Accountant, Texas.  Co-author, "The U.S. Tax Regime Affecting Mexican Nationals Who Desire to Conduct Business or Invest Within the United States", Houston Journal of International Law. Education: University of Cincinnati (B.B.A.); St Mary's University School of Law (J.D.); University of Texas at San Antonio (M.B.A.); Texas A&M University - San Antonio (M.P.A.). Areas of Concentration: General Corporate, International Business, Taxation and Estate Planning & Probate, Mediation and Dispute Resolution.


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