New York, NY; March 23, 2016 - Six partners in Day Pitney's International Trusts and Estates and Energy practices received recognition in *Chambers Global 2016. Chambers Global covers over 190 countries across the world and also includes Region-wide and Global-wide sections.
The firm was ranked in Band Four in Global-wide: International Private Client for providing "special expertise in FATCA regulations and US tax-related matters." The guide also said that the firm "advises a host of American and international high net worth individuals on the full range of wealth management issues."
Two partners in Day Pitney's International Private Client practice were ranked. Dina Kapur Sanna was ranked in Band 4 International Private Client (Global-wide) and G. Warren Whitaker was ranked in Band 3 International Private Client (Global-wide).
"Dina Kapur Sanna has an active profile in the private wealth management sphere. Her specialism lies in advising non-US residents on inbound tax and wealth-related issues," according to Chambers Global 2016. "The seasoned Warren Whitaker remains a popular choice for clients engaged in US private client work. He is often engaged in trust structuring matters."
Four partners in Day Pitney's Energy practice were also ranked. David Doot was ranked in Band 3 Energy: Electricity (Regulatory & Litigation USA), Joseph Fagan was ranked in Band 4 Energy: Electricity (Regulatory & Litigation USA), Gerald Garfield was ranked in Band 3 Energy: Nuclear (Regulatory & Litigation USA) and Paul Belval is ranked in Band 4 Energy: Electricity (Transactional USA).
Sources praised David Doot of Day Pitney LLP as a "really top-notch regulatory legal attorney," according to Chambers Global 2016. The guide also stated that clients said that Fagan is a "responsive, thoughtful and a good strategic thinker" and that Garfield has "an excellent reputation in the industry." Paul Belval was noted for being "extremely intelligent and his work product is top-notch. He is a strong negotiator, yet diplomatic. His advocacy is excellent."
*Chambers Global results are issued by Chambers and Partners. A description of the selection methodology can be found at http://www.chambersandpartners.com/methodology. No aspect of this advertisement has been approved by the Supreme Court of New Jersey. Attorney advertising. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.
Day Pitney Special Needs Planning attorneys Meredith Greene and Ken Shulman presented at the Fidelity Wealth Management webinar, "Planning for a Loved One with Special Needs," on November 30.
On November 19, Stephanie Eassa Rapp will be speaking at the Probate Law 2021 hybrid webinar hosted by the Real Property Probate & Trust Law Section of The Florida Bar.
On October 28, Counsel Heidi Seely spoke at a Financial Planning Association meeting, "Boston Practice Group: Estate Planning & Practical Suggestions for Advisors & their Clients."
Trusts and Estates attorneys Joshua Caswell and Leigh E. Furtado co-authored the article, "NFTs for Estate Planners: Not Just a Token Concern," for Probate & Property Magazine.
New York Partner Dina Kapur Sanna presented on international estate planning at the Florida Fellow Institute, hosted by the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC) on September 23.
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