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Private Wealth Team Joins Greenberg Traurig in Chicago

The private wealth team of William M. Doyle, Lawrence M. Kern, and Eric C. Nelson has joined Greenberg Traurig, LLP as shareholders in Chicago. They intend to utilize Greenberg Traurig’s U.S. and global platform to benefit their sophisticated client base in all the markets where high-net-worth individuals live and work. 

Doyle is a renowned tax and estate-planning attorney with more than four decades of experience representing wealthy families domestically and globally. He joins from Winston & Strawn. 

“In these changing times, one thing is clear: tremendous wealth has been created, globally and nationally, and there is an unprecedented relocation of ultra-high-net-worth individuals who control major companies, funds, banks, technology and other innovative businesses, real estate companies and investors in all of these businesses–this is a large part of our client base,” said Richard A. Rosenbaum, Greenberg Traurig’s executive chairman. 

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