U.S. News – Best Lawyers® 2019 Awards

U.S. News – Best Lawyers® Ranks Five Putney Practices

We are proud to announce that Putney, Twombly, Hall & Hirson, LLP has received multiple national and regional rankings by U.S. News – Best Lawyers® “Best Law Firms” in 2019. Our national rankings in fours practice areas include a…
Labor and Employment Partner Mark Hernandez wins award

2019 IAE Award Winner - Mark Hernandez

Mark A. Hernandez 2019 International Advisory Experts Award Winner Putney, Twombly, Hall & Hirson LLP is pleased to announce that Labor & Employment Partner, Mark A. Hernandez, has been recognized by International Advisory Experts…
Charles J. Groppe

Attorney Spotlight - Charles J. Groppe

Charles J. Groppe 2019 Best Lawyers Charles J. Groppe has been the heart and soul of Putney, Twombly since he joined in 1960. Charlie established himself as a preeminent trusts and estates attorney, advising banks, trust institutions and individuals…

BEST LAWYERS 2019

From offices in Manhattan, Long Island and New Jersey, the attorneys of Putney, Twombly, Hall & Hirson, LLP have provided high quality legal services to corporate and individual clients for more than 150 years in the areas of Labor and Employment,…

Attorney Highlight - Daniel F. Murphy, Jr.

Daniel F. Murphy, Jr. 2019 Lawyer of the Year – Labor Law – Management New York City – Best Lawyers It is with great pleasure that we announce that our Managing Partner, Daniel F. Murphy, Jr., has been named Management Attorney of the…

Remembering Alexander "Sandy" Neave

Our Partner and Friend Alexander “Sandy” Neave passed away on September 24, 2018 Sandy was our colleague for 52 years. During that time, he established himself as a preeminent Trust and Estate Attorney, representing individuals in…

Top 10 Mistakes Made Planning for Collectibles

SPECIAL REPORT: ART, AUCTIONS & ANTIQUES By Caryn B. Keppler & Jodi C. Lipka According to a 2014 study by the Center on Wealth and Philanthropy of Boston College, an estimated $51.8 trillion (in 2007 dollars) in assets will be passed…