Archive for February, 2009
Washington, D.C. – The tax advisory and law firm of Dewey, Cheatham and Howe is pleased to announce three new partners have joined the firm.
Timothy Geithner, a specialist in “gross-up” tax harvesting will join as senior partner in the tax group. Managing partner Hughey Dewey said, “We are delighted to get Tim on board, as there is no one else on this planet who could do this job as well. ”
Thomas Daschle, who spent years in the U.S. Senate overseeing the ethics of his super-lobbyist wife, will join the Healthcare group as a non-lawyer partner. About Daschle, Dewey said, “It is not every day you can get an expert on non-standard compensation, and we got one who isn’t even a lawyer. He understands the difference between ‘pay to play’ and ‘friends with perks’ as almost nobody else in the country. We are delighted to welcome Tom to our firm as a senior partner.”
Charles Rangel, a lifetime representative for Harlem in the U.S. House of Representatives, will join the firm as liason to Congress. Rangel will retain his seat in Congress while representing the law firm’s clients. Explained Rangel, “I got sick and tired of the revolving door we have in this town, so I just propped it open. Anybody who has a problem believing I cannot represent the people of the United States of America while lobbying Congress on behalf of Dewey, Cheatham and Howe is a racist, right-wing whacko, and I will subpoena him before my Committee to testify under oath.”
With these three senior partners on board, the firm of Dewey, Cheatham and Howe is uniquely positioned to maximize the political effectiveness of a select list of clients. Having successfully addressed issues of conflict of interest and tax evasion, these new partners are ready to help others facing similar issues.