Loeb & Loeb Adds Four to Trusts and Estates Department
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The law firm of Loeb & Loeb LLP has announced via a press release that it has brought on four new lawyers to work in its office in Washington, D.C. All four of the lawyers will be working in the Trusts and Estates Department, which has roughly 40 lawyers in it. The four lawyers are partner Mary Ann Mancini, Senior Counsel Susan G. Blumenthal and Tanya A. Harvey and associate Caitlin L. Murphy. The four lawyers left the law firm of Bryan Cave LLP to join Loeb & Loeb LLP.

“We are very pleased to welcome such an accomplished and experienced private clients group to further enhance our already extensive expertise in this area of law,” said Loeb & Loeb Chairman Michael D. Beck. “The addition of Mary Ann and her team represents our ongoing strategic commitment to expanding our pre-eminent national Trusts and Estates Department, while also growing our presence and capabilities in the nation’s capital.”


The co-chairman of the Trusts and Estates Department at Loeb & Loeb, Bruce J. Wexler, said, “With the addition of this group of talented individuals, our Washington, D.C. office now has attorneys who can provide quality counsel to private clients in a very important market for our firm.”

The other chair of the Trusts and Estates Department, Stuart P. Tobisman, said, “Mary Ann and her team bring a diverse set of skills and experience that will be a great asset as we continue to expand this practice area.”

The addition of the four new lawyers to Loeb & Loeb comes on the heels of Nathan J. Muyskens joining the firm’s White Collar Criminal Defense, Corporate Compliance and Investigations Practice in the same office back in July.

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“Loeb & Loeb offers a robust national platform for our clients as well as the opportunity to join a firm where representing private clients is considered a core practice of the firm,” Mancini said.  “We look forward to working closely with such an elite group of colleagues in New York and Los Angeles to expand our private client services throughout the region.”


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