(CHICAGO) Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP announced today that attorneys Henry Bregstein, Guy Dempsey, Chris DiAngelo, Kevin M. Foley, Arthur W. Hahn, Steven J. Reisman and Joshua S. Rubenstein were honored in the 2019 edition of Chambers Global. Katten also was recognized in the Capital Markets: Derivatives and the Capital Markets: Securitisation categories in the United States.
Bregstein, who is global co-chair of Katten's Financial Services practice and based in New York, was recognized in the "USA, Investment Funds: Hedge Funds" category for providing industry-leading counsel to alternative investment managers, hedge funds, investment advisers and broker-dealers. Industry observers touted him as "an excellent lawyer and adviser and very business-minded."
Dempsey, of counsel with the firm's Futures and Derivatives practice in New York, was recognized in the "USA, Capital Markets: Derivatives" category. Chambers Global called him an "industry leader" who is "sought by clients for his expertise in regulatory derivatives matters."
DiAngelo, managing partner of Katten's New York office, received the highest ranking in the "USA, Capital Markets: Securitisation" category. Chambers Global highlighted his experience in "RMBS and ABS auto loan and equipment transactions for a number of the leading names in the industry" while peers praised his "industry leadership."
Foley, a partner in the Financial Services practice in Chicago, was recognized in the "USA, Capital Markets: Derivatives" category. Clients raved about his "great perspective and tremendous insight" while Chambers Global highlighted his focus "on the provision of CFTC regulatory advice, drawing on his past experience working at the commission."
Hahn is global co-chair of Katten's Financial Services practice in Chicago and was recognized in the "USA, Capital Markets: Derivatives" category. Chambers Global cited his more than "30 years' experience in the industry, advising clients on derivatives regulatory and enforcement matters."
Reisman, a partner of the Insolvency and Restructuring practice in New York, was recognized in the "USA, Bankruptcy/Restructuring" category. Chambers Global lauded him as a "respected practitioner who is noted for his work with debtors, lenders and creditors' committees…in connection with all aspects of bankruptcy law."
National head of Katten's Trusts and Estates practice and national chair of the Private Client Services group in New York, Rubenstein was named in the "Global-wide, International Private Client" category. Chambers Global praised his "very high profile" in the New York market, nationally and internationally. His clients raved that, "His work product is amazing…he gives the full range of advice on estate planning and international planning…he can see things from a client's perspective."