Von Sanborn is quoted in the article "Advisers to the Ultra-Rich Try to Treat Art as Just Another Asset," published by Bloomberg. Von discussed the fact that a number of family offices are finding art is becoming a larger percentage of the family's wealth, and, as a result, they are hiring art advisers, curators and lawyers specializing in providing art law advice.
Stephen Ziobrowski and Andrew Wogman authored the article "Challenges of Selling an S Corporation," which was published by Law360.
Dina Kapur Sanna and Carl A. Merino co-authored an article, "Long Arm of the Law: The Risk to U.S. Practitioners of Prosecution for Facilitating Foreign Tax Offenses," (subscription required) in the June 2017 issue of Trusts & Estates Magazine.
On June 15, Dina Kapur Sanna and Carl A. Merino moderated a discussion panel at the Cambridge International Wealth Advisors Forum 2.0 held in Lisbon about the role of wealth advisors as "gatekeepers" to the financial system and measures being implemented by different jurisdictions to combat money laundering and tax evasion, including obligations imposed on lawyers and other advisors.
On May 25, Dina Sanna and Carl Merino were panelists at an event hosted by Citco.
Partners Tina Albright, Von Sanborn and Warren Whitaker have been named to Legal Week's Private Client Global Elite list for 2017 and Rebecca Tunney was named to the "Ones to Watch" list.
Jed Davis was quoted in the article entitled "Family Offices Vulnerable to Growing Cyber Threats," which was published in mid-June by the Financial Times' online magazine FundFire.
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Jed Davis was interviewed at length about the increasing risks to family offices from hacking and other cybercrimes in an article in Private Asset Management entitled "Family Office Cybersecurity Still Coming up Short" (subscription required).
The first issue of The Current, the new Practising Law Institute (PLI) journal, features "Estate Planning in the Trump Era" by Warren Whitaker, Leiha Macauley and Darren Wallace.