Katten Muchin Nabs 13-Member Team from Dewey & Leboeuf
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Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP has added a team of structured finance lawyers from Dewey & Leboeuf. The 13-member group includes four structured finance partners in New York, a financial products tax partner in Washington, D.C. and eight associates. The partners are Chris DiAngelo, formerly global co-head of Dewey & LeBoeuf’s Structured Finance Group; Anna-Liza B. Harris, Howard M. Schickler, Joseph P. Topolski and John P. Keiserman.

Henry Bregstein, co-managing partner of Katten’s New York office, said the team’s “structured finance expertise augments our existing finance platform, which will enable us to provide an even broader range of high-level services to our clients.”

The group focuses its work on public and private securitization of consumer and commercial assets and handles all types of financing for bank and non-bank finance companies, providing innovative solutions to clients’ financing needs and regularly working with some of the most cutting-edge structures in the marketplace. Their clients include a wide range of market participants and asset classes.


According to DiAngelo, the group chose Katten based on the firm’s “platform, strength in existing practice areas and growth opportunities for the New York office.”


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