Dentons Sirote announced on August 1 that Sarah Myers Raben has joined the Firm as Of Counsel in its Tax practice group and is part of the Tax Controversy team. Raben is a trusted advisor, adeptly handling a broad range of federal tax controversy matters for individuals, partnerships, and corporations.
“We are delighted to welcome Sarah as the latest addition to our growing Tax Controversy team,” said Gregory Rhodes, chair of Dentons Sirote’s Tax Controversy team. “Her knowledge and experience in tax litigation and dispute resolution will allow us to continue providing our clients with exceptional service. We are incredibly fortunate to have her onboard, and we look forward to collaborating with her.”
As a former trial attorney for the IRS Office of Chief Counsel, Raben has experience handling negotiations with opposing counsel and complex tax litigation. Her tenure as a lawyer at the IRS also involved cross-divisional collaboration with other legal professionals, negotiating settlements, and litigating tax cases. One of her most notable achievements was leading a three-person trial team in a docketed tax deficiency case in the Large Business & International division.
“We are thrilled to have Sarah join our Tax Controversy team,” said Michelle Abroms Levin, managing partner of Dentons Sirote’s Huntsville office. “With her experience at the IRS, she brings a wealth of knowledge regarding complex tax issues. Sarah will be a valuable asset as we continue to expand our team’s depth and breadth, and we’re confident that her talent and creativity will help us continue delivering top-notch legal counsel and solutions to clients, helping them overcome obstacles and achieve their goals.”