July 27, 2022
Boston, MA, July 27, 2022 – Casner & Edwards announces that attorney Sharon C. Lincoln has received a Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly “Go To” Taxation Attorney Award. This award recognizes the top lawyers across the Commonwealth who have a record of success and to whom other lawyers make referrals for their expertise and accomplishments. Lincoln and fellow honorees will be featured in a special section published on July 25, 2022.As a Casner & Edwards Partner, Lincoln brings over fifteen years of experience advising nonprofit entities on a variety of issues relating to their tax-exempt status. This includes formation, funding, governance, executive compensation (including deferred compensation), regulatory compliance, restructuring, international grant making, lobbying, unrelated business income, tax opinions and mergers & acquisitions. Lincoln also 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’s Go-To Lawyers annual feature showcases the top leaders in the Massachusetts legal community by practice area. The attorneys featured on the Taxation list were nominated by their colleagues and were chosen by a panel from Lawyers Weekly. About Casner & Edwards, LLP Casner & Edwards, LLP represents businesses, individuals and institutions across New England and around the world, providing the core legal services they need to succeed. Clients work directly with a team of expert attorneys, and can expect full attention, seasoned advice, top quality work, and good value. About Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly 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.