Steven Jefferies, Esq.Founder & CEO

Steven Jefferies R&D Tax Credit Lawyer
areas of expertise
  • Business transformation
  • Restructuring and turnaround
  • Integration
  • Growth strategy
  • M&A transaction support
education
  • MBA, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University
  • BS, engineering, Technical University of Denmark
  • MBA, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University

Steven is Endeavor’s lead attorney. After the 2008 financial crisis, Steven left Wall Street to attend law school at the University of Houston Law Center. Since then, his focus has been in tax consulting.

Steven brings experience from a national tax advisory firm and a multinational investment bank and financial services firm.  He has served clients in a multitude of industries to secure millions of dollars of incentives, and has an innate passion to drive innovation in high-growth industries and organizations.

He loves to distill complicated tax and legal issues into workable concepts and implement solutions. Steven is currently licensed to practice law in the State of Texas.

In his down time, Steven enjoys practicing Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, distance running, and is an avid reader.

contact details

+1 628 123 4000
131 Bain Street New York, Pennsylvania 01234, United States

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