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Greenberg Traurig’s Martin Kalb and Diana Zeydel to Present at DC Finance’s Florida Family Office & Wealth Management Annual Conference

MIAMI Nov. 23 2015Greenberg Traurig Miami Shareholders Martin Kalb and Diana S.C. Zeydel will be featured as co-presenters at DC Finance’s Florida Family Office & Wealth Management Annual Conference. The conference will be held Dec. 1 at the Ritz Carlton South Beach in Miami Beach, Florida.

Kalb, Co-Chair of the Global Tax Practice, and Zeydel, Chair of the National Trusts & Estates/Wealth Management practice, will speak about the changing nature of the marketplace and the laws that govern estate and tax planning during the Family Office and Legal session.

“This conference is an excellent platform to showcase the knowledge and experience of Greenberg Traurig’s Tax and Trusts and Estates practice groups,” Kalb said.

“We look forward to the opportunity to provide guidance to family offices about issues they should consider when deciding on estate and tax planning options for their families,” Zeydel said.

Kalb has over 35 years of experience representing clients in all aspects of tax law, estate planning, corporate matters and mergers and acquisitions at Greenberg Traurig. He also served as Executive Vice President and General Counsel of UniCapital Corporation, a former New York Stock Exchange equipment leasing company.  Prior to joining Greenberg Traurig, Kalb was an attorney in the Office of the Chief Counsel of the Internal Revenue Service in Washington, D.C.

At Greenberg Traurig, Zeydel focuses her practice on estate, trust and tax planning for high-net-worth individuals and families. Her practice includes planning for U.S. and non-U.S. citizens and residents. She specializes in sophisticated intra-generational wealth transfer strategies and business succession planning. She assists clients in litigated probate, trust and guardianship matters, and represents clients before the Internal Revenue Service in matters involving complex fiduciary income tax and estate, gift and generation-skipping transfer tax matters.