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Casner & Edwards Attorney Sharon C. Lincoln Recognized by Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly as a 2020 “Top Woman of Law”

Boston law firm Casner & Edwards announces that partner Sharon C. Lincoln has been named to the Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly 2020 “Top Women of Law” list. This highly coveted honor celebrates the exceptional accomplishments of women attorneys as leaders, educators, and mentors, and for their pro bono, social justice, advocacy, and business efforts. Lincoln and fellow award recipients will be honored at a virtual reception on November 17, 2020.

Lincoln joins Anita S. Lichtblau, Lynne F. Riley, and Renee Inomata who have received this honor in previous years, recognizing the strong cohort of women attorneys at Casner that is such an asset to the firm.

Lincoln advises nonprofit entities on the wide range of issues related to their tax-exempt status, including formation, funding, governance, executive compensation (including deferred compensation), regulatory compliance, restructuring, international grant making, lobbying, unrelated business income, and mergers and acquisitions. In addition, she assists clients in matters directly involving the Internal Revenue Service, the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office, and the Massachusetts Department of Revenue, including audits, appeals, and ruling requests.

Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly reports decisions issued by all the state and federal courts in Massachusetts, as well as changes to court rules, verdict and settlement reports, bar-discipline notices, and all other news vital to attorneys in the commonwealth. It also covers hundreds of rulings from state and federal trial courts in Massachusetts.

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