Daniela Reutter is an associate attorney at Ortiz & Gosalia, PLLC. Mrs. Reutter provides legal services in the areas of immigration and tax controversy. Prior to joining Ortiz & Gosalia, PLLC, Mrs. Reutter interned at the Law Office of Theresa Nguyen, PLLC, where she worked directly with Mrs. Nguyen on tax and immigration matters. Prior to interning at the Law Office of Theresa Nguyen, PLLC, Mrs. Reutter was employed by KPMG and worked as an attorney in Mexico City in the Trade and Customs Department. At KPMG, Mrs. Reutter worked directly with senior attorneys to litigate cases before the Tax Court in Mexico City (the “Tribunal Federal de Justicia Fiscal y Administrativa”). Some of the matters that Mrs. Reutter litigated included tax controversies related to the preferential tariff treatment through the certificate of origin provided in NAFTA, VAT issues related to the IMMEX program, and duty controversies under the Mexican Customs Law.
Mrs. Reutter received her Master’s Degree in Tax Law (LL.M) from the University of Washington in 2016, where her studies focused on both individual and corporate taxation. While pursuing her Master’s degree, Mrs. Reutter served as a volunteer with the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Rural Tax Program through the University of Washington. Mrs. Reutter attended law school in Mexico City, and received her Bachelor of Laws Degree (LL.B.) from the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM). Mrs. Reutter maintains her credentials to practice law in Washington State and Mexico.