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May 1, 2017

Michelle Chapin, Tracey Coates and Kevin D’Anna Named Principals of Paley Rothman

Michelle Chapin, Tracey Coates and Kevin D'Anna have all been named Principals of the firm, effective May 1, 2017.

A member of the firm’s Estate Planning, Estate & Trust Administration, Tax and Corporate practice groups, Michelle Chapin advises individuals, families and small business owners regarding estate and gift planning needs. She has been named to the Maryland and Washington D.C. Super Lawyers “Rising Stars” lists each year since 2014.

Tracey Coates, a member of the firm’s Family Law and Litigation practices, works closely with clients representing all types of individuals and couples in a wide-range of family structures on domestic relations matters, including pre-marital agreements; divorce/separation; child custody; child support modification; enforcement of court orders and agreements; adoption; and guardianships. She was also named to the Maryland and Washington D.C. Super Lawyers “Rising Stars” lists each year from 2013-2016.

A member of the firm’s CorporateNonprofitsScience & Technology and Real Estate practice groups, Kevin D’Anna provides clients with counsel on general operation and governance related to for-profit and nonprofit entities; business dispute resolutions; IP/technology licensing and transactions; private placements; negotiation of employment relationships and separations; executive compensation; mergers and acquisitions; negotiation of commercial lease agreements on behalf of tenants and landlords; and all other manner of commercial transactions.

Congratulations to all three of our newest Principals!

         

Left to right: Michelle Chapin (Estate Planning), Tracey Coates (Family Law), Kevin D'Anna (Corporate)

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