Chicago-based Tax Lawyer Steven A. Felsenthal selected as #2 Leading Personal Tax Attorney in Illinois by Leading Lawyers Magazine
CHICAGO, IL (September 2019) – Steven A. Felsenthal, of Sugar Felsenthal Grais & Helsinger LLP, was recently named one of the top two personal tax attorneys in the State of Illinois by Leading Lawyers Magazine.
While Felsenthal is best known as a tax attorney, he counsels clients on a full spectrum of legal issues and business matters; Leading Lawyers’ decision to feature him on last year’s cover of its annual “Top Business Lawyers In Illinois” edition is a testament to the versatile quarterbacking role he plays for so many clients.
Felsenthal has previously won similar accolades, being named, for example, a Leading Lawyer in such practice areas as Business and Individual Tax Law; Trust, Will & Estate Planning Law; and Closely & Privately Held Business Law. Just last year, Leading Lawyers featured Felsenthal on the cover of its annual “Top Business Lawyers in Illinois” edition.
Less than five percent of all lawyers licensed in each state receive the distinction of being named a Leading Lawyer; being so named over many years and in multiple categories is even rarer.
With offices in Chicago and New York City, Sugar Felsenthal Grais & Helsinger continues to represent many of the clients it started with when it opened its doors nearly 40 years ago.
Always evolving to meet its clients’ needs, SFGH’s attorneys, many of whom hail from the nation’s top law schools and have practiced at the largest international firms before joining SFGH, stay current on the cutting edge of law and legal technology. The firm is organized into the following practice areas: (1) Business Transactions & Corporate Securities; (2) Commercial Litigation & Dispute Avoidance/Resolution; (3) Employment & Labor; (4) Estate Planning & Asset Protection Planning; (5) Real Estate; (6) Restructuring, Insolvency & Special Situations; and (7) Tax.
Within these practice areas there exists deep expertise in many more specific areas, including, for example:
- Community Development
- Cybersecurity & Data Privacy
- Fund Formation
- Litigation Finance
- Sin Industries (e.g., Gaming, Liquor, Marijuana)