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January 14, 2015 - David R. Sullivan Joins Murtha Cullina LLP

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BOSTON, MA (January 14, 2015)…Murtha Cullina LLP is pleased to welcome a new Partner, effective January 1, 2015.

David R. Sullivan is joining Murtha Cullina’s Business and Finance Department. With more than thirty years of experience, his practice includes all corporate, limited liability company and federal and state taxation matters, including advising clients with respect to business formation, business purchase and sale transactions, financings, tax credits and exit strategies. He represents private companies, banks, tax exempt entities and public agencies.

In addition, Mr. Sullivan has particular experience in tax controversies, audits and litigation, including trial work.

“David is a welcome and strong addition to our Firm,” said Marcel J. Bernier, Chair of Murtha Cullina’s Corporate Practice Group. “He is well-respected and brings with him knowledge and experience that will benefit our business and tax clients.”

Mr. Sullivan is a member of the Boston Tax Council, the Boston Bar Association and the Massachusetts Bar Association. He received his B.A. from the College of Holy Cross, his LL.M from Boston University and his J.D. from Boston College Law School.

About Murtha Cullina LLP

With more than 100 attorneys in five offices throughout Massachusetts and Connecticut, Murtha Cullina LLP offers a full range of legal services to meet the local, regional and national needs of our clients. Our practice encompasses litigation, regulatory and transactional representation of businesses, governmental units, non-profit organizations and individuals. Core practice areas include litigation, labor and employment, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, construction, energy, health care, trusts and estates, affordable housing, real estate, land use and retail and hospitality. Visit www.murthalaw.com.

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