Loeb & Loeb is pleased to announce that the firm has once again received top-tier rankings in the 2021 edition of the Chambers High Net Worth guide. The firm received leading rankings in Private Wealth Law within the Nationwide, Illinois, New York and Northern and Southern California categories, as well as in Private Wealth Disputes within the California section.
In addition, 23 Trust & Estate lawyers from the firm’s Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Washington, D.C., Hong Kong and San Francisco offices were individually honored among the world’s top private wealth practitioners.
The following Loeb partners were ranked as leaders in their field: Leah Bishop, Paul Frimmer, Rachel Harris, Jim Hitzeman, Laurence Ho, Jordan Klein, Rodney Lee, Jerome Levine, Jeffrey Loeb, Camille Lu, Mary Ann Mancini, Danielle Miller, David Nelson, Ronald Pearson, Alyse Pelavin, Jonathan Rikoon, Kathleen Scallan, Todd Steinberg, Myron Sugarman, Stuart Tobisman, Gabrielle Vidal, Erik Wallace and Bruce Wexler.
This is the sixth year that Chambers and Partners has published the High Net Worth guide, which is specifically aimed at the international private wealth market. The rankings are determined by independent research conducted by a dedicated team of private wealth researchers.
For more information about the Chambers research methodology, please see the publication’s website.