New York, NY – August 24, 2018 – Jonathan Brennan, former head of Wealth Management litigation for Bank of America Merrill Lynch, today announced the launch of a new law firm to focus on wealth management litigation.
Brennan, who has worked on wealth management litigation during a 20-year career in private practice and at Merrill Lynch, said the new firm will focus on a wide breadth of litigation and dispute resolution issues.
“After many years at one of the world’s leading wealth management firms, I am excited to put that experience to work for clients throughout the industry,” Brennan said. Before joining Merrill Lynch in 2005, Brennan worked for the law firm of Sidley Austin.
Based in New York City, the firm’s services will include: Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution; Fiduciary and Private Banking Litigation; Complex Commercial Litigation; Pre-Litigation; Non-Party Litigation; Expungement; and Regulatory Enforcement.
As a boutique, the firm will combine the high-quality work product of a large law firm with the lower cost structure and personal touch of a small firm. Understanding clients’ strong desire for lower legal bills and predictable costs, the firm will actively partner with clients on budgeting, fixed fees, and alternative fee arrangements.
The cornerstone of the firm’s vision for success, though, is its commitment to client service and sound advice. “I believe it is critical that lawyers go beyond merely providing a menu of options to their clients,” said Brennan. “Instead, they should be focused on providing advice that is timely, well-informed, and, above all, useful.”
About Jonathan Brenan PLLC
Jonathan Brennan PLLC is a boutique litigation firm based in New York with a focus on wealth management litigation. Jonathan Brennan, the former Head of Wealth Management Litigation for Bank of America, is an attorney licensed to practice in New York, California, and Ohio. The firm is minority-owned and promotes diversity in the legal profession.
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Jonathan Brennan, Principal