Bennett Thrasher Admits Frederick, Miller and Parks to Partner

Chris Frederick

Bennett Thrasher LLP (FY18 net revenue of $55.6 million) of Atlanta, has admitted three directors to partner: Chris Frederick, Gina Miller and James Parks. They are directors in dispute, valuation and forensics; and international tax practices, respectively. With the addition of Frederick, Miller and Parks, Bennett Thrasher now has 41 partners.

“Frederick, Miller and Parks have each earned these partnerships through an outstanding display of their capabilities as directors in their respective practice areas. We look forward to the continued leadership and success they will bring as partners,” says Bennett Thrasher MP Jeff Eischeid.

Gina Miller

Frederick’s primary focus is in the insurance claims services group. He has extensive experience in the management of projects related to business interruption and extra expense, property damage, reported values, litigation support and forensic accounting. He has worked on projects in manufacturing, retail, hospitality, healthcare, telecommunications and legal matters, including testifying in Superior and Federal courts.

Miller has more than 20 years of experience consulting on the valuation of equity interests in closely-held companies and leads Bennett Thrasher’s new value acceleration and exit planning practice, which provides a holistic approach to exit planning. She has conducted various types of valuations, such as estate and gift reporting, domestic litigation, financial reporting, acquisitions, buy-sell agreements and employee stock ownership plans. She has also prepared valuation analyses in many industries, including construction, health care, energy, banking, distribution, technology and business services.

James Parks

Parks has more than 10 years of public and industry experience working with clients ranging from Fortune 500 to mid-sized privately held companies operating in various industries. Before joining Bennett Thrasher, he worked in Deloitte Tax’s international practice assisting U.S. and foreign-based multinationals on cross-border tax planning and compliance matters. He also worked at Koch Industries as head of the foreign position team, where he oversaw the development, implementation and management of global tax strategies.