Holland & Hart’s Laura Hundley Appointed Chair of American Bar Association Committee

Holland & Hart’s Laura Hundley Appointed Chair of American Bar Association Committee

Laura Hundley, a partner at Holland & Hart, has been appointed Chair of the Committee on Estate & Gift Taxes by the American Bar Association, Section of Taxation, the nation’s largest organization of tax lawyers.  She will serve a two-year term starting July 1. As Chair, Hundley will lead the Committee’s activities regarding federal estate and gift taxes, including programs affecting the development and administration of tax laws and continuing legal education programs. Previously, Hundley served as Vice Chair of the Committee.

Hundley is the leader of the Private Client Group at Holland & Hart and a partner in the firm’s Boulder office. Hundley’s practice focuses on estate and wealth transfer planning for high net worth individuals and families. She represents business owners, executives, and other high net worth individuals regarding sophisticated estate planning, wealth transfer, and trust and estate administration matters.

Hundley is listed in The Best Lawyers in America® and has been named to Colorado Super Lawyers®. She is a Fellow of the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC). She is a frequent speaker, both nationally and locally, on estate, wealth transfer, and charitable planning topics.

The American Bar Association is one of the world’s largest voluntary professional organizations, with nearly 400,000 members. It is committed to improving the legal profession, eliminating bias and enhancing diversity, and advancing the rule of law throughout the United States and around the world.


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