Tax Attorney Samantha Timmons Joins Lewis, Bess, Williams & Weese P.C.

Denver, Colorado - Lewis, Bess, Williams & Weese is pleased to announce that experienced tax attorney Samantha Timmons has joined the firm.  “We are pleased with our new addition,” commented Director Robert Lewis.  “Samantha has the technical skillset and experience critical to our clients’ needs,” said Counsel Paul Ruttum. 

Samantha joins the Firm as counsel with the tax, business and corporate, real estate, energy and natural resources practice.  Samantha previously represented a Fortune 250 corporation located in Colorado where she advised on a $2.8 billion IPO (the largest IPO of 2015), $3.5 billion private placement (one of the largest U.S. private offerings), and over $10 billion in debt refinancings.  Samantha also worked within the New York and DC mergers and acquisitions tax groups of a Big Four accounting firm where she advised private equity funds and management teams on their domestic and cross-border transactions.  Samantha’s in-house roles have included Vice President of Taxation at Centerline Capital Group in New York.

Samantha has a Master of Laws in Taxation from Georgetown University Law Center, a law degree from Syracuse College of Law, and an undergraduate degree in financial accounting from Syracuse University.  “I think Samantha’s tax expertise will be a great resource to our active transactions team,” commented Director David Ringelman.

For additional information, contact Zeke Williams at 303-861-2828.

About Lewis, Bess, Williams & Weese, P.C.

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