News 26 Jul. 2021

Curtis' Private Client Group and Attorneys Recognized in the 2021 Chambers High-Net-Worth Guide

In the recent Chambers High-Net-Worth (HNW) 2021 guide, Curtis’ Private Client Group was ranked as one of the leading practices in New York in the area of private wealth law. In addition to providing advice on a variety of sophisticated and complex legal issues applicable to domestic and international clients and their various assets and enterprises, Curtis is noted by Chambers as being particularly experienced in advising high net worth individuals on cross-border planning.

Three partners of Curtis’ Private Client Group, New York-based Robert W. Sheehan and Michael S. Schwartz, and London-based Bradley H. Doline, were also ranked in the recently launched Chambers 2021 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 is a first-rate lawyer and a very good planner."

Recognized as ‘an excellent attorney, who is diligent and deliberate in his work,’ New York based partner Michael S. Schwartz is regarded as “extremely talented, hard-working and quite to learn’, whose ‘work product, relationships with clients and professional reputation are first rate’.

London-based partner Bradley H. Doline is ranked in Private Wealth Law - London for Foreign Expertise in USA. Sources say “He’s very fast, he has a lot of knowledge and he has good judgment. He is very detailed and methodical.”

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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