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News July 9, 2020
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 2020 High-Net-Worth (HNW) Guide.
Practice chair Robert W. Sheehan is recognized for his experience in Private Wealth Law - New York. The guide quotes client feedback that "He understands the nuances of our work and is very good at handling clients."
London based partner Bradley H. Doline, ranked for the fourth year in the Private Wealth - London category ‘Foreign expertise in the USA’ is praised as “a super-smooth operator that clients trust with their most complex issues.”
Recognized as ‘Up and Coming,’ New York based partner Michael S. Schwartz is regarded as “a solid attorney with a bright future” who “works hard, contributes a lot to the wider community and has acquired some good experience”.
The 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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