Allison Brill Wettlaufer and Marc A. Campsen have joined Wright, Constable & Skeen LLP as associates.
Wettlaufer received her law degree from the University of Maryland School of Law. She assists clients with their corporate and transactional practice matters as well as trusts and estate planning and administration. With a background as a tax attorney, Wettlaufer provides advice to clients in the areas of entity formation, mergers and acquisitions, and succession planning for business and estate planning purposes. Her knowledge of federal and state tax law, regulations and guidance lends a pragmatic approach to planning for both corporate and individual clients. Her broad understanding of corporate and partnership tax law guides clients through entity reorganizations including spin-offs, debt exchanges, and stock and asset sales.
Wettlaufer also has counseled nonprofit clients from entity formation to navigating the IRS compliance involved with maintaining tax-exempt status. She has assisted with high-level state tax controversy and has successfully negotiated settlements with the IRS for individual clients.
Campsen concentrates his practice on a variety of litigation matters. He received his law degree from the University of Baltimore School of Law where he was an editor on the Law Review and a member of the Heuisler Honor Society. Prior to joining the firm, Campsen clerked for Judge Lawrence F. Rodowsky on the Maryland Court of Special Appeals and practiced in the litigation department of another Baltimore firm. He also brings significant business experience to his practice from his time working for an Internet start-up and national publishing house in New York City.