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CEO Dhaval Jadav Welcomes James Mendelssohn to alliantgroup and ForrestBrown’s Strategic Advisory Board

alliantgroup and ForrestBrown (alliantgroup’s recently acquired U.K. office) are proud to announce the addition of James Mendelssohn, former Chair and CEO of the MSI Global Alliance, to the firm’s strategic advisory board. A longtime executive for a worldwide association of law and accounting firms, Mendelssohn brings to the board multiple decades of experience in international business management and consulting. In his new role with alliantgroup and ForrestBrown, Mendelssohn will be advising both organizations on how to expand their presence within the U.K. Specifically, Mendelssohn will offer his counsel on long-term strategic growth initiatives as well as on how to foster new business partnerships.

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Former U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge Joins alliantgroup’s Strategic Advisory Board as Chairman of Cybersecurity and Technology

alliantgroup is proud to announce the addition of Tom Ridge to the firm’s Strategic Advisory Board as Chairman of Cybersecurity and Technology. Serving as the nation’s first Secretary of Homeland Security from 2003 to 2005 and as the former Governor of Pennsylvania, Gov. Ridge brings to the firm his wealth of experience as a public servant and his extensive expertise on a range of policy issues such as cybersecurity, technology, education and economic development.

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alliantgroup’s Rick Lazio Addresses the House Ways and Means Tax Policy Subcommittee on Section 179D

by alliantgroup staff, Houston, TX (International Headquarters) March 15, 2018 | published in /PRNewswire/ Rick Lazio, alliantgroup's Senior Vice President and former U.S. Congressman from New York, testified before the House Ways and Means' Tax Policy Subcommittee regarding expired tax provisions, including the Energy Efficient Commercial Building Deduction (Section 179D). During the hearing, Lazio highlighted why