American Bar Association
Section of International Law: International Private Client Committee

Section of International Law:
International Private Client Committee

About the Committee

The International Private Client Committee (IPCC) is for lawyers and those interested in international estate planning, estate litigation and asset protection, as well as the governance and succession of closely held corporations. The expertise of our members ranges from employment, corpotate, immigration, estate, capacity, and tax law, to name a few. The IPCC welcomes attorneys and law students with similar interest to join us.

Monthly Conference Call: The IPCC holds a conference call on the last Friday of each month at 9:30 a.m. Eastern (U.S.) Time / 3:30 p.m. Central European Time. All committee members and the public at large are welcome to join the call to discuss relevant topics of significance. From time to time, one of our members presents a "flash topic," which is a brief (up to 10 minutes) discussion on a topic of particular interest to committee members.

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Abela, Caroline
Proton, Agnes


Collart, Jean-Louis
Jacobs, Anne
Kuhn, Eric
Lynch, James
Parets, Michael
Schoenbrodt, Frederick
Sullivan, Neil

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Newsletters and Publications

2016 Europe Forum IPCC Program (Rome, Italy)

During the Europe Forum held in Rome on May 29-31, 2016 our Committee held a program on "The New EU Regulation (Brussels IV) : Understanding the Impact on Cross-Border Estate Planning and Administration"

2015 Spring Meeting (Washington, DC)

The Section of International Law is co-sponsoring six (6) programs with the ABA Section of Real Property, Trusts & Estates during the Spring Meeting.

Modified by Agnes Proton on July 30, 2018

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