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Event 01 Jun. 2023
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News 25 Jul. 2019
Three partners of Curtis’ Private Client Group, New York-based Robert W. Sheehan and Michael S. Schwartz, and London-based Bradley H. Doline, were ranked in the recently launched Chambers High-Net-Worth (HNW) Guide.
Practice chair Robert W. Sheehan is ranked in a top band and based on interviewee feedback, the guide notes that “He is an extremely good planner and acts for some very high-profile US families. He has dealt with lots of complex matters and his judgement is always spot-on.” More commentary is available here.
Recognized as ‘Up and Coming,’ partner Michael S. Schwartz is regarded as “intelligent, detail-oriented and [he] follows up rigorously and responsibly.” See more editorial here.
Bradley H. Doline, who received a ranking for ‘Foreign expertise in the USA’ is considered “a fantastic tactician, hugely experienced and [he] knows how to handle pretty much any situation with aplomb.” Please find more details here. Mr. Doline has also been shortlisted for a Chambers HNW Award this year in the Foreign Jurisdiction Expert category.
HNW guide is a Chambers & Partners publication that features lawyers and law firms servicing the private wealth management market, high-net-worth individuals and families internationally.
Curtis’ Private Client Group, with key attorneys located in New York, London and Geneva, as well as other offices around the world, advises high-net worth individuals, including owners of closely held businesses and executives of public companies, on a myriad of legal, tax planning and charitable giving issues.
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News 05 Jun. 2023
Clients Commend Curtis in Latest Chambers USA 2023
Event 05 Jun. 2023
Curtis Environmental Chair Charles Howland to Speak at Green Climate And Legal Issues Of Ensuring Food Quality And Safety International Conference