Bousquet Holstein PLLC is proud to announce that Laurence G. Bousquet, Christine Woodcock Dettor and Robert K. Weiler will be included in the 22nd Edition of The Best Lawyers in America© 2016.
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Laurence G. Bousquetis a member of Bousquet Holstein and serves on its Board of Managers. He practices in the areas of mergers and acquisitions, business transactions, banking and financial institutions, professional practices, tax planning and advocacy, and venture capital. Larry has performed extensive work involving acquisitions, sales and mergers, syndications, partnership and limited liability company law, general business, estate taxation and business transition planning, and New York State and Federal income, estate, and gift taxation.
Christine Woodcock Dettor is a member at Bousquet Holstein and has extensive experience in working with not-for-profit organizations, and also focuses her practice in the areas of trusts and estates, health care, professional practices, and elder law.
Robert K. Weiler is a member at Bousquet Holstein and practices in the areas of bankruptcy, banking and financial institutions (including creditors’ rights), equipment leasing and financing, mergers and acquisitions, business transactions, litigation, both corporate and commercial, appellate law, and venture capital.