Law Firm Chamberlain Hrdlicka Elevates Two Atlanta Attorneys to Shareholder
Friday, March 29th, 2019
Chamberlain Hrdlicka announces that it has elevated four new shareholders. Atlanta-based attorneys Erica Opitz and Chris Steele, Houston-based attorney Justice David Medina and Philadelphia-based attorney Kevin Sweeney were named as shareholders.
“Each of these attorneys have contributed significantly to the success of our firm through their hard work and dedication to providing great client service,” said Wayne Risoli, the firm’s managing shareholder. “The number of attorneys joining our shareholder ranks this year is a testament to our continued growth and commitment to achieving excellent results for our clients. We are confident that their leadership will bring continued success to Chamberlain Hrdlicka.”
Opitz focuses her practice on corporate, securities and finance and often serves as outside general counsel to her clients. She counsels start-ups and corporate clients on a variety of financial transactions including mergers and acquisitions, securities offerings, capital raises, real estate transactions and loans. Opitz earned her undergraduate degree from Binghamton University and her law degree from Mercer University School of Law.
Steele’s practice focuses on trusts and estates, where he handles estate and asset protection planning as well as the administration of complex trusts and estates. He has experience in counseling clients on issues relating to complex wills, revocable and irrevocable trusts, grantor trusts, life insurance planning and complex gifting techniques. He earned his undergraduate degree from Georgia State University, his law degree from Mercer University School of Law and a Master of Laws degree in taxation from the University of Florida.
Justice David M. Medina
Justice Medina works with clients in multiple industries on various trials, business transactions and appeals. Justice Medina previously served on the Texas Supreme Court and authored over 90 Supreme Court Opinions. He earned his undergraduate degree from Texas State University, his law degree from South Texas College of Law and his Master of Laws degree in global energy, international arbitration and environmental law from the University of Texas.
Sweeney works with clients involved in civil and criminal tax controversy and litigation matters. He focuses on high-stakes IRS audits, civil tax litigation, white-collar criminal defense matters and corporate investigations for high and ultra-high net worth individuals, business owners and public and private companies worldwide. He earned his undergraduate degree from Loyola University and his law degree from New York Law School.