New York, September 20, 2017 – Eleven Trusts & Estates attorneys from Day Pitney LLP have received recognition in the 2017 Chambers High Net Worth (HNW) Guide*, a publication which is specifically aimed at the private wealth market. The guide covers private wealth management work and related specialties around the world, featuring in-depth evaluation of the leading lawyers and law firms for wealthy individuals and families.
Day Pitney was again ranked in Chambers HNW Guidefor Private Wealth Law in the USA, and in the states of Connecticut, Massachusetts and New York. The firm garnered Band 1 rankings in Connecticut and Massachusetts.
Eleven attorneys were ranked in their respective states, including four attorneys who received Band 1 rankings. Three Day Pitney attorneys were also ranked for Private Wealth Law Nationwide in the United States. All of the lawyers recognized are listed below:
Leila Dal Pos, Private Wealth Law– Massachusetts
Steven Fast, Private Wealth Law– Connecticut
Barbara Freedman Wand, Private Wealth Law– Massachusetts
Christiana Gianopulos, Private Wealth Law– Connecticut
Gregory Hayes, Private Wealth Law– Connecticut
Leiha Macauley, Private Wealth Law– Nationwide, Private Wealth Law– Massachusetts
David Silvian, Private Wealth Law– Massachusetts
Dina Kapur Sanna, Private Wealth Law– Nationwide, Private Wealth Law– New York
Darren Wallace, Private Wealth Law– Connecticut
Warren Whitaker, Private Wealth Law– Nationwide, Private Wealth Law– New York
Stephen Ziobrowski, Private Wealth Law– Massachusetts
*Chambers High Net Worth results are issued by Chambers and Partners. A description of the selection methodology can be found here. 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.
On January 16, Dina Kapur Sanna will be speaking on a panel, "Lose the Fear of the Foreign – Practical Planning Strategies," at the 53rd Annual Heckerling Institute.
Rebecca Tunney authored a case comment article, "Protecting Real Property from MassHealth's Estate Recovery Claim: Is it Possible?" published by the Massachusetts Law Review.
Warren Whitaker and Edda Santiago presented a webinar, entitled "A Guide to International Estate Planning for U.S. Citizens, Residents, Trusts and Assets," produced by Lawline.
Barbara Freedman Wand spoke at a program, "The Philanthropy Talk: How Do I Do It...and Why Do I Have To?," presented by The Boston Foundation in partnership with The Philanthropic Initiative, Massachusetts Society of CPAs, and the Boston Estate Planning Council.
Warren Whitaker and Edda Santiago spoke at a joint meeting of the New York Center for Financial Studies and the New York City Chapter of the Society of Financial Services Professionals on the topic of "International Estate Planning."
Day Pitney's Family Office and Trusts and Estates practices have been shortlisted in two categories, "Best Private Client Law Firm" and "Best Trusts and Estates Division," for the 2019 Private Asset Management Awards.
Day Pitney's Family Office and Trusts and Estates practices have been shortlisted in the "Legal Team of the Year" private client category for the 2019 Family Wealth Report Awards.
Darren Wallace was quoted in an article, "Paul Allen's $26 Billion Estate Will Take Years to Unravel," published by Bloomberg.
On October 3, Day Pitney LLP and the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC), Northeast Chapter – Women's Initiative co-presented a program, "The Power of Women with Wealth," held at Day Pitney's Boston office.
Partner Leigh A. Newman has been selected by the Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford to receive the Jewish Federations of North America's 2019 Kipnis-Wilson/Friedland Award.