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Chamberlain Hrdlicka Adds Four Attorneys in Houston and Two in San Antonio

HOUSTON, TX—hamberlain Hrdlicka’s Texas offices continue to grow, with the addition of Louis Castro, Will Cowan, Bennet Huddleston, Mariah Karigan, Tristan Montaque, and Imran Siddiqi in Houston, and Andres Berdugo and Zachary Milliken in San Antonio, who joined the firm in recent weeks as associates in the Commercial Litigation; Corporate, Securities & Finance; Employee Retention Tax Credit; Probate & Fiduciary Litigation; Tax Controversy & Litigation; Tax Planning & Business Transactions; and Trusts &Estates practice groups.

Andres Berdugo joined the firm as an associate in San Antonio’s International Tax and Tax Controversy & Litigation practices.

Luis Castro joined Chamberlain Hrdlicka as an associate attorney in the Trusts & Estates section in Houston, where he focuses on helping clients with their estate planning and probate administration needs.

Will Cowan joined as an associate in Chamberlain Hrdlicka’s Houston Corporate Practice, where he was previously a summer associate.

Bennett Huddleston joined the firm as an associate in the Litigation practice in Houston, where he was previously a summer associate. His practice will focus on Commercial Litigation and Labor & Employment matters.

Mariah Karigan joined Chamberlain Hrdlicka as an associate in Houston’s Commercial Litigation section, where she will focus primarily on probate and fiduciary litigation matters.

Zachary Milliken joined the firm as an associate in the Tax Controversy and Litigation group in San Antonio.

Tristan Montaque joined Chamberlain Hrdlicka as an associate in the Tax Controversy and Litigation group in the firm’s Houston office, where he will focus on advising business owners and corporate clients in employment tax matters, including consulting employers on qualification for the Employee Retention Tax Credit.

Imran Siddiqi joined the firm as an associate attorney in the Tax Planning & Business.

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