Stephen A. Bauman Named Of Counsel
Los Angeles, May 15, 2002 – Stephen A. Bauman has been named of counsel to Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp LLP in its Family Wealth Planning practice, announced Thomas P. Lambert, Managing Partner of the firm.
Mr. Bauman received his bachelor's degree in business administration from UCLA, his JD from Stanford Law School and his LLM from Harvard Law School. He was previously a partner with: Willis, Butler in Los Angeles; with Kaplan, Livingston in Beverly Hills; and with Seyfarth, Shaw in Los Angeles.
"Joining MSK is not only good for me, but especially good for my clients," said Bauman. "They (and I) will now have access to a full service firm of exceptional quality attorneys--in particular a full complement of experienced trusts and estates, tax and business, real estate and transactional lawyers." Practice Chair Allan Cutrow added, "Steve joining the firm will add depth and experience to our practice and allow us to better serve our clients."
Mr. Bauman has lectured and written frequently on trust and estate planning, tax matters and related topics. He is a past president of the Beverly Hills Estate Planning Council, and has served as the National Chair of fundraising for Stanford Law School.
Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp LLP, founded in 1908, is Los Angeles’ premier mid-size law firm, with practice groups in complex litigation, intellectual property and technology, labor and employment, entertainment and new media, corporate and business transactions, environmental law, immigration, benefits, tax, charitable sector and family wealth planning.