WASHINGTON -- Mitchell Rapaport, a lawyer with the firm of Perkins Coie in Seattle and a former Internal Revenue Service assistant branch chief who dealt with tax-exempt bonds, has been named to succeed David A. Walton as the Treasury Department's attorney-adviser for tax-exempt bonds.

Mr. Rapaport confirmed the appointment yesterday and said he expects to assume his new post in July.

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