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Admitted: 1997, New York and U.S. District Court, Southern District of New York
Law School: New York Law School, J.D. ; Member- Law Review;
Recipient of New York Law School Academic Achievement Award and Teaching Fellowship; Top 1% of class of 1996.
Biography: Former senior associate, litigation and corporate departments of a large international law firm with offices in Manhattan, London, Los Angeles, Bucharest, Washington D.C. and Connecticut.
His clientele includes Silicon Valley startups, professional athletes and actors, expatriates working abroad in financial services, retirees from successful careers, founders exiting their companies through a sale or IPO, cryptocurrency investors and traders.
Christopher is an award-winning author whose articles have appeared in such publications as Los...
His areas of expertise include: Wills, estates, trusts and probate, including living trusts, tax planning, business succession planning, irrevocable trusts, advanced direction of health care, generation-skipping planning and avoidance of probate. He is a California State Bar certified specialist in estate planning, trust and probate law. As his clients'...
Mr. Markos began his legal career as Law Clerk to the Honorable Jose L. Fuentes of the New Jersey Superior Court- Appellate Division, conducting legal research and drafting bench memos, coordinating intake and advising Judge Fuentes on emergent matters.
“I like being an advocate for my clients and the Constitution at the same...
During my college years...
Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
“Not a lot of firms do civil rights work because it’s very difficult. Everyone deserves a voice, to be treated with respect, and to have the protection of the Constitution. “
Ms. Cole has been recognized for her civil rights work. Cole and two Williams Cuker Berezofsky colleagues, Gerald Williams and...
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