Martens, Todd & Leonard is pleased to announce the addition of a trial and appellate attorney Reid Diaz to its Texas state and local tax controversy team. Mr. Diaz joins the other members of the firm in representing taxpayers in Texas tax controversies before the State Office of Administrative Hearings, in the state district courts, Texas courts of appeals and Texas Supreme Court.
Mr. Diaz graduated from the University of Texas in 2018 with distinction and special honors. Mr. Diaz obtained his Juris Doctorate from Boston College Law School in 2022. While enrolled at Boston College Law School, Mr. Diaz worked with Greater Boston Legal Services Tax Controversy group to advocate for low-income taxpayers in state and federal tax controversies. Mr. Diaz passed the Texas Bar Exam with a score high enough to practice law in any Uniform Bar Exam jurisdiction. Mr. Diaz has written extensively in the field of International Taxation and helped update Introduction to United States International Taxation, 7th edition.
Mr. Diaz looks forward to working closely with taxpayers to advocate for their tax needs and deliver results in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
Mr. Diaz may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.