Lunch & Learn - Estate Planning for Special Cases: Athletes, Celebrities, Entertainers, and Selected Others—Planning for the ACES, Sponsored by Fox Rothschild LLP
Date & Time
Tuesday, July 31, 2018, 12:00 PM - 12:45 PM
Peter Myers is a Partner with Fox Rothschild LLP, based in San Francisco. He is certified as a Specialist in Estate Planning, Trust and Probate Law by the State Bar of California's Board of Legal Specialization. Handling high-net-worth planning, business succession, and trusts and estates disputes, he guides individuals and families who need a reliable relationship with a caring, experienced lawyer who will assist them in times of greatest personal opportunity, life event, or crisis. Peter frequently writes and teaches in the areas of estate planning, family business entities and estate planning and has authored and published treatises, books and articles. He regularly speaks throughout the country on topics of interest to wealthy families and their advisers, as well as at professional conventions. Peter also offers popular educational seminars and training courses for consumers, attorneys, business owners, accountants, and other related professionals, including the annual Fiduciary Attorney Summit (to be held this year in Santa Barbara).
Ken Abdo is a Partner with Fox Rothschild LLP, based in Minneapolis. For more than 30 years, Ken has served as legal counsel to artists, creators and businesses in music, film, TV, theater, media and publishing. His clients include prominent individuals, collaborators and businesses in the creative and commercial arts, including multiple Grammy® award recipients, gold and platinum recording artists, Emmy® and other award winners. His practice spans across all media and entertainment platforms. Harnessing his years of experience as a musician and entertainer, Ken has extensive experience working with developing, established and legacy artists as well as their estates.
Peter Myers, J.D., and Ken Abdo, J.D.
Sponsored Sessions (e.g. Lunch & Learns)
Eligible for Competence credit