Bousquet Holstein PLLC is pleased to announce that Aidan Mitchell-EatonKavitha Janardhan, and Julia J. Martin have been elected Members of the firm.

Aidan joined the firm in 2011 and focuses his practice on trust and estate administration and litigation, estate planning, and tax matters involving estate, gift, GST, and fiduciary income tax. Aidan routinely handles complex estate administration, probate proceedings, trust terminations, preparation of accountings, litigation regarding contested accountings, analysis of investment practices and performance, trustee resignation and succession proceedings, as well as reformation of trusts both in judicial and non-judicial settings. In addition to his trusts & estates practice, Aidan specializes in the law and regulations regarding tax-exempt organizations. Aidan is a graduate of State University of New York at Buffalo Law School and Smith College.  He currently serves as Vice-President of the Jowonio School Board.

Kavitha joined the firm’s Litigation Practice Group in 2016 and has served as Of Counsel to the firm since 2018.  She has extensive experience representing both companies and individuals on a broad range of labor and employment disputes, including employment discrimination claims, whistleblower suits, and wage and hour claims.   In addition to employment matters, Kavitha focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation disputes, trademark matters, and trade secrets and non-compete disputes.  Kavitha is a member of the Young Professionals Board of the CNY Diaper Bank, and organizes a yearly diaper drive at Bousquet Holstein.  Kavitha is a graduate of Boston College Law School and the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Julia joined the firm in 2009 and advises clients on a broad range of tax and business matters, from planning and compliance, through the audit process, to controversy and litigation. Julia’s practice focuses on corporate income, franchise, gross receipts, sales and use, and personal income taxes.  Julia has significant experience advising individuals and businesses on federal and New York State tax matters.  Julia has worked extensively on audits with the New York State Division of Taxation and Finance, as well as cases before the New York State Division of Tax Appeals, the New York State Tax Appeals Tribunal and the New York State Supreme Courts. In particular, Julia focuses her practice on economic development initiatives such as the tax credits available under New York’s Brownfield Cleanup Program and federal Opportunity Zones. Julia received both her undergraduate and law degrees from Syracuse University.  Julia is a past president of the Central New York Women’s Bar Association and currently serves on the Board of Trustees for Syracuse Stage.