(CHICAGO) Katten announced today that the firm's Private Wealth and Aviation practices along with 13 partners were ranked in the Chambers High Net Worth (HNW) 2022 guide. The firm was recognized nationally in Private Wealth Law and, for the first time, globally in Private Aircraft.

Katten Private Wealth practice national chair Joshua S. Rubenstein earned four rankings, three of which were in the highest individual standings possible in the Private Wealth Disputes, Private Wealth Law and Private Wealth Law: Eastern Region rankings. Rubenstein was also recognized in the nationwide Family Offices & Funds Structuring category. Additionally, Kevin T. Keen, who recently joined the firm’s Dallas office to establish private wealth as a significant new client offering in North Texas, made his debut in this year's guide.

Partners Bonnie Lynn Chmil, Adam M. Damerow, Ronni G. Davidowitz, Abby Feinman, Charles Harris, Michael O. Hartz, Carol A. Johnston, Tye J. Klooster, Matthew Sperry and Kathryn von Matthiessen were also listed as top-ranked individuals, with Feinman and Johnston receiving the highest ranking possible. Additionally, Timothy J. Lynes, managing partner of Katten’s Washington, DC office and chair of the firm’s Aviation practice, was recognized in the Private Aircraft Global-wide category.

Katten was recognized nationally in the area of Private Wealth Law and distinguished regionally in Illinois, New York and Southern California. The firm also was recognized for its services in Private Wealth Disputes in New York.

Chambers High Net Worth ranks the leading and most dedicated lawyers and law firms for international private wealth. These extensive and market-leading recommendations, rankings and insights are based on the in-depth analysis carried out by a dedicated team of experienced researchers.