Press Release
December 15, 2022

Holland & Knight Welcomes Partner Bradley Seltzer to Tax and Energy Practices

WASHINGTON, D.C. (December 15, 2022) – Holland & Knight has expanded its tax and energy practices with the addition of Partner Bradley Seltzer. Mr. Seltzer brings significant experience representing Fortune 100 utility, energy and telecommunications clients in complex tax matters, including tax planning, accounting and controversy. He will work in both the Washington, D.C., and Orange County offices at Holland & Knight.

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Seltzer was a partner with Eversheds Sutherland. He joins Holland & Knight shortly after the firm added a nationally recognized team of 10 energy and tax partners ­– led by Amish Shah and Ram Sunkara ­– from Eversheds.

"I'm excited to be teaming up with Brad again," Mr. Shah said. "His extensive experience on tax issues for regulated utilities and for unrelated energy companies, including his work on the Inflation Reduction Act, further strengthens our tax and energy practices."

Mr. Seltzer has experience testifying at public hearings on behalf of clients regarding proposed regulations that affect the utility industry, such as interest synchronization, consolidated tax adjustments, the normalization consequences of dispositions or deregulation, and nuclear decommissioning issues. He also counsels on tax saving strategies and manages complex tax refund claims, audits, appeals and litigation. Mr. Seltzer also serves as an expert witness in ratemaking proceedings and assists client witnesses in preparing their testimony in such rate cases.

"I am delighted to join Holland & Knight's esteemed energy and tax practices and work again with my former colleagues," said Mr. Seltzer. "The firm's substantial resources will allow me to not only enhance the level of service that I currently provide to my clients, but also to further expand my practice."

Mr. Seltzer received a J.D. degree from The George Washington University Law School and a B.A. degree from the State University of New York at Albany.

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