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Timothy Becker Joins Choate

Choate Press Release

 | April 28, 2014

 | Timothy Becker

Timothy Becker, joining Choate as a partner in the Tax Group, has over 11 years of experience in tax and structuring matters for leading funds and their portfolio companies.

Timothy Becker Joins Choate

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