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Butler Snow Attorney Appointed Fellow to American College of Trust and Estate Counsel

Kurt Rademacher, attorney at Butler, Snow, O’Mara, Stevens, and Cannada, PLLC (Butler Snow) has been named a fellow at The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel (ACTEC).

“The firm is extremely proud of Kurt’s election to fellow with The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel, an organization that is extremely selective and highly regarded among attorneys practicing estate and trust law,” said Donald Clark, Jr., Chairman, Butler Snow. “Kurt’s success and contributions, internationally and domestically, certainly positioned him for this type of honor.”

Rademacher focuses on private client and wealth management, estate and trust planning and international taxation. Rademacher is as a trust and estate law and tax law resource to major media outlets overseas including, CNBC Asia, The Economist, The South China Morning Post, Reuters and The Financial Times.

Rademacher was named Leader in the Field of Wealth Management: Central Region, (National) by Chambers USA and Leader in the Fields of Private Client and Wealth Management, by Chambers Asia. He received his B.Accy., magna cum laude and M. Tax., from University of Mississippi. He received his J.D. from University of Notre Dame, cum laude and his LL.M., Taxation from New York University. Rademacher is a member of the Mississippi Bar Association, American Bar Association and Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners.

ACTEC is a nonprofit association of lawyers that was established in 1949 and spans nationally, consisting of approximately 2,600 lawyers elected to membership by demonstrating the highest level of integrity, commitment to the profession, competence and experience as trust and estate counselors.

Membership in ACTEC is by election of the regents of the College. Individual lawyers meeting the criteria for membership are nominated for membership by fellows of the College, and subjected to careful review by state and national membership selection committees, prior to consideration by the regents of the College. Applications for membership by members of the bar are not accepted by the College.