Moritt Hock & Hamroff Promotes Gavrilov and Kucica to Partner
JAN 11, 2022 - 6:10 am
Moritt Hock & Hamroff promoted Julia Gavrilov and Dennis Kucica to partner and Brian Adelman, Stephen Breidenbach and Sofia Fayer to counsel. In addition, Alexander Widell, a partner of the firm, was elected to serve as co-chair of the firm’s litigation practice group.
“We are extremely proud of these six talented professionals. Each has demonstrated a deep commitment to delivering exceptional service and value, not only to our firm’s dynamic growth, but to our clients through their professionalism, expertise, leadership and collaborative teamwork,” Marc L. Hamroff, managing partner of MH&H said. “These future leaders are a true exemplification of MH&H’s culture, vision and commitment to excellence and strength in partnership. It’s an honor to recognize each of them on their well-earned promotions and I look forward to their continued success.”
Gavrilov (secured lending and creditors’ rights) concentrates her practice in equipment leasing and finance, secured lending and all areas of complex commercial litigation. In her 15 years of practice, she has emerged as a recognized leader in the industry, both on the transactional and litigation side.
Kucica (trusts & estates) serves as co-chair of the firm’s trusts and estates practice group. He concentrates his practice in the areas of trust and estate planning and also has experience in business succession planning and elder care law.
Adelman (trusts and estates and corporate) concentrates his practice in all aspects of estate and trust planning, real estate, and business and corporate matters.
Breidenbach (privacy, cybersecurity and technology) serves as co-chair of the firm’s privacy, cybersecurity and technology practice group, concentrating his practice on technology-related legal matters, including cybersecurity and privacy compliance.
Fayer (real estate) concentrates her practice on representing clients on a variety of real estate matters, which include acquisitions and dispositions of real property, leasing and financing transactions.
Widell (litigation) has more than 30 years of experience in complex business litigation and is also well-versed in alternative dispute resolution. He has tried cases to conclusion in court and in arbitrations conducted under the auspices of the American Arbitration Association, the New York Stock Exchange and the FINRA.
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