Withers Bergman LLP
Size of Organization: 279
Year Established: 1962Web Site: http://www.withersworldwide.com
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In early 2002, Bergman, Horowitz & Reynolds, P.C. (established in New Haven, Connecticut in 1962) merged with Withers (founded in London, England in 1890) to form Withers Bergman LLP in the United States and Withers LLP in the United Kingdom and the rest of the world. The unified firm created the first international law firm dedicated to the personal, business and philanthropic interests of successful individuals, their families and advisers. The firm's 81 principals, who are supported by more than 120 lawyers, have unparalleled experience in tax, trust and estate planning, as well as litigation, employment, family law and other legal issues facing high net worth individuals. The firm has offices in New Haven, New York and Greenwich.
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U.S. Federal Litigation Activity
Highest number of cases by Withers Bergman LLP:
Intellectual Property (2 cases in past two years)
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HMRC Removes Some Advantages of Voluntary Disclosure
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