Jordan Fieldstein Joins Cohen and Wolf
November 5, 2012 - Jordan Fieldstein, a 2012 graduate of the University of Connecticut Law School, recently joined the firm as an attorney working in the firm’s Bridgeport and Westport offices.
Ms. Fieldstein works in the Tax, and Trusts & Estates, where she will practice in the areas of tax law, estate planning and estate administration.
At UCONN Law School, Ms. Fieldstein was vice-president of the Tax Law Society and executive editor of the Connecticut Journal of International Law. She was a summer associate at Cohen and Wolf in 2011.
Ms. Fieldstein received her undergraduate degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a B.A. in Political Science and a minor in Jewish Studies. As a student, she participated in the school’s study abroad program in Madrid, Spain.
Cohen and Wolf’s Tax Group represents businesses, executives, private individuals and tax-exempt entities in all aspects of federal, state and local tax matters. Attorneys in the Group regularly assist clients in structuring mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, spin-offs, split-offs, shareholder redemptions, joint ventures, real estate ventures and reorganizations to minimize overall taxation.
Cohen and Wolf, P.C.'s Litigation Group represents businesses, municipalities and individuals in a broad spectrum of substantive areas involving litigation, including administrative law; appeals; bankruptcy; business and commercial disputes; construction; employment; environmental; insurance coverage; professional negligence; real estate (foreclosures, summary process, tax appeals and zoning); and securities.
About Cohen and Wolf
Cohen and Wolf celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2011. The firm began in 1951 with two lawyers, Herbert L. Cohen and Austin K. Wolf, working from a single office in Bridgeport. Since then, the firm has expanded to 50 attorneys with offices in Bridgeport, Danbury, Westport and Orange. Attorneys at Cohen and Wolf represent a diverse assortment of individuals, businesses and municipalities, handling their personal and professional legal needs, from matters involving litigation, employment, corporate and securities law, real estate, land use and zoning, to family law and estate planning. Additional information is available at www.cohenandwolf.com.