50 Hurt Plaza SE, 1444, Atlanta, GA 30303-2946
Robert is an outgoing and accomplished business lawyer with broad-based experience and in-depth legal knowledge across a wide range of legal practice areas, including business, estate planning, and probate law. He is a strategic counselor and trusted advisor, with high emotional intelligence, strong communication skills and passion for client engagement; a highly resourceful creative thinker with strong problem-solving and decision-making skills; and a zealous advocate with the ability to understand and address difficult challenges and achieve strategic goals. The Wall Street Journal has quoted Robert as a legal authority. Before establishing Arkin.Law, Robert was a partner in Leonard, Street and Deinard (now Stinson Leonard Street, rated 126 in the 2016 AMLAW rankings) and Minkin & Snyder (now Greenberg Traurig, ranked 10 in the 2016 AMLAW rankings). Robert was also a Special Assistant Attorney General for the State of Minnesota where he gained substantial experience thinking on his feet as the lead attorney in 31 trials in courtrooms throughout the State. Robert gained substantial business experience as the founder, president and general counsel of Sensiotec Inc., a leading innovator in biosensor and digital health technology. Under Robert’s leadership, Sensiotec received several awards from the Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce, the Technology Association of Georgia, the Southeastern Software Association, the National Hospital Readmissions Prevention Collaborative, and the Atlanta Business Chronicle. These include the Phoenix Award for Start-up of the Year, the Impact Award for Emerging Mega Trends, the “Best of the Best” Top 10 Innovation Award, and the Healthcare Heroes Award for Innovation. At law school, Robert was elected a staff member and Executive Editor of the Virginia Journal of International Law. After law school graduation, he had the honor to work with the Chief Justice of the Minnesota Supreme Court as his law clerk.
161 Cherry Street, New Canaan, CT 06840
Ann Halan Brickley represents individuals throughout Fairfield County, Connecticut in probate, employment law issues, and personal injury claims. Attorney Brickley received her Juris Doctor from Cornell University in 1987 and her Bachelor of Arts from Colgate University in 1982, where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. She is admitted to the state bars of Connecticut and New York and is also admitted to practice in the U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York and the District of Connecticut. Attorney Brickley began her legal career with a major international Wall Street law firm, handling litigation, aviation finance and project finance matters. After gaining significant experience in complex litigation and transactional matters, attorney Brickley returned to her roots in Connecticut. After working with other firms in the state, she established her own solo practice dedicated to providing high-quality and personal legal representation for individuals. In her work on behalf of her clients, Attorney Brickley draws on her litigation and transactional experience with a major international Wall Street law firm and on her local experience with two firms. In forming the Brickley Law her goal is to provide each client with close personal attention and quality service.
10799 W Twain Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89135, USA
Areas of Practice: 75% Wills, Trusts, Probate, 25% Trust Administration (Living Wills, Powers of Attorney and Appointment, Estate Administration). Bar Admissions: Nevada, 2012. Education: William S. Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Nevada J.D. - 2012. Ms. Cassady also has an ancillary financial planning business.
3201 Jermantown Rd, Fairfax, VA 22030, USA
Kenneth E. Chadwick is a shareholder and founding member of the firm, domiciled in the firm’s Fairfax office and oftentimes in the Richmond office. His practice areas include community association law, small business law and litigation. Ken provides counsel and advice to the firm’s community association clients regarding general community association issues, Fair Housing issues, insurance matters and legislation. Recent projects include preparing the governing documents for several homeowners associations, resolving several Fair Housing claims and challenging a local jurisdiction’s attempt to include a community association under a county-mandated maintenance program for public improvements on association property for which the association and its members would be fiscally responsible. Ken also serves on the Virginia Legislative Coalition, now the Community Associations Institute’s (“CAI”) VALAC, which is a cooperative joint effort between the three Community Associations Institute chapters in Virginia.
412 S. Union, Traverse City, MI 49684