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Harrison & Held Welcomes Group of 13 Attorneys

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We are pleased to announce that a 13-attorney group from one of the nation’s largest law firms has joined Harrison & Held. This talented team adds to our depth, expands our capabilities both nationally and internationally, and with the opening of new offices in Atlanta, Denver, St. Louis, and Edwardsville grows our geographic footprint. We invite you to review their impressive backgrounds.

Atlanta

Kimberly Civins, partner

Brent Howard, partner

Tiffany McKenzie, partner

Melissa Sprinkle, associate

Denver

Michael Bland, partner

Linsey Glosier, partner

Stephanie Moll Kriegel, partner

St. Louis

Larry Brody, senior counsel

Stephen Daiker, partner

Steve Dawson, partner

Jarriot Rook, partner

Alan Singer, partner

International

Dyke Arboneaux, partner

This new team of lawyers follows significant firm growth in 2020. We’re proud to be increasing our attorney headcount at a time when most law firms are contracting.

We welcome these high-caliber attorneys who provide gratifying confirmation of our unique platform.  With private wealth law at the center of our offerings, our services extend to the natural interplay of estate planning, business succession, matrimonial law, tax planning and controversies, and related complementary practice areas.

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