The Daily Business Review recently announced 40 attorneys under 40 years old “who are making a difference in the community and will continue to do so in the future,” George Haj the editor of the DBR wrote. Haj stated that the rising stars were selected “not only for what they’ve achieved thus far, but for what we believe they’re likely to accomplish for the legal profession and for their respective communities in the future.
Kluger Kaplan’s youngest partner, Richard Ian Segal, was named to the list this year.
Richard is a part of Kluger Kaplan’s commercial litigation and family law groups and has extensive experience handling disputes with large financial institutions in real estate, wealth advisory, investment management, and trust relations and transactions. AMiami Beach native, Rich is active in city politics and civic affairs, serving on the Miami Beach Board of Adjustment, the executive board of the Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce and the membership board of the Mount Sinai Medical Center Foundation, which helps raise funds for the hospital.