Tax Law – Our Team

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Andrew B. Gordon

Andrew B. Gordon is a CPA and attorney, graduating from the University of Illinois with a BA and Masters Degree in Accounting, and a law degree from Chicago-Kent College of Law. Andrew previously worked in tax at a big-four public accounting firm and clerked at the IRS Office of Chief Counsel during law school. Andrew concentrates his legal work in the areas of tax controversies and compliance, corporate litigation, and FTC litigation and compliance.

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Michael Raff

Michael has been a practicing attorney since 2009, having graduated first from the University of Illinois followed by earning a JD from the Chicago-Kent College of Law. Michael concentrates his practice in the areas of civil litigation, contract review and formation, and tax controversy and compliance. He is routinely involved in cases at the Cook and Lake County Courthouses. Michael works diligently to assure that his client’s needs are being met in a timely manner.

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Aaron Wiener

Aaron Wiener is an attorney passionate about the emerging frontiers of data security, user privacy, and internet neutrality. Having previously worked in his law school’s intellectual property law clinic and as a tech entrepreneur himself, Aaron is sensitive to the dynamic array of legal issues that founders face on a daily basis. Earning his BA from the University of Illinois and his JD from the University of Dayton School of Law, Aaron aims to provide full-service legal representation that positions clients for future growth and success.

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