MIAMI (July 24, 2018) – Twenty Holland & Knight attorneys have been named leading advisers to wealthy individuals and families in the Chambers High Net Worth 2018 guide. In addition, the firm’s Private Wealth Services Group received a Band 1 ranking, the guide’s highest, in Florida, Massachusetts and Oregon. Its Disputes Group received a Band 1 ranking in California. The firm’s private aircraft practice was ranked in Band 1 global-wide.
The guide, which is published by Chambers & Partners, covers the private wealth market in key jurisdictions around the world, ranking accountancy and tax firms, lawyers, private banks, wealth management firms and multifamily offices acting for high-net-worth individuals.
The following Holland & Knight attorneys were recognized:
Christine L. Albright (Chicago) – Illinois, Central Region USA
Meredeth Beers (Boston) – Massachusetts
Christopher W. Boyett (Miami) – Florida
John Dadakis (New York) – New York, Eastern Region USA
Joshua Husbands (Portland) – Oregon
Stewart Kasner (Miami) - Florida
Edward Koren (Tampa) – Florida, Eastern Region USA
Shari Levitan (Boston) – Massachusetts
Abigail E. O’Connor (Anchorage) - Alaska
Kevin Packman (Miami) – Florida
David Scott Sloan (Boston) – Massachusetts, Eastern Region USA
The rankings are based on independent research conducted by a dedicated team of private wealth researchers, who interviewed hundreds of lawyers, family offices, accountancy professionals, tax advisers, bankers, investment managers and high-end real estate agents to get a comprehensive understanding of the private wealth sector in each of the jurisdictions covered.
As the largest private wealth services practice in the United States, Holland & Knight’s Private Wealth Services Group represents high-net-worth individuals, substantial closely held and family businesses, charitable organizations, educational institutions, banks and trust companies. In 2017, Holland & Knight was named "Law Firm of the Year" in Trusts & Estates Law in the U.S. News - Best Lawyers "Best Law Firms" guide.
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