Two Philadelphia Attorneys elevated by Chamberlain Hrdlicka
Chamberlain Hrdlicka is pleased to announce that it has elevated two of its Philadelphia-based Shareholders Kevin F. Sweeney and Kenneth I. Trujillo to equity status. These promotions were affirmed during the firm's virtual annual meeting held on Feb. 6, 2021, where an additional three attorneys were also elevated.
“This group of attorneys has contributed to the firm's success through their hard work and dedication to providing great client and legal service,” said Larry Campagna, Chamberlain Hrdlicka’s managing shareholder. “Adding them to the shareholder ranks reflects our continued growth and commitment to achieving excellent results for our clients. We look forward to their many achievements.”
Kevin F. Sweeney
Sweeney is a member of Chamberlain Hrdlicka’s Tax Controversy & Litigation Practice and is a former federal prosecutor who defends clients in civil and criminal tax controversy and litigation matters. He represents high-net-worth individuals and businesses with complex and sensitive tax issues. Sweeney focuses on high-stakes IRS audits, civil tax litigation, white-collar criminal defense matters and whistleblower matters for high and ultra-high net worth individuals, corporate executives, business owners and public and private companies worldwide. He is recognized by Legal 500 U.S. and has also been honored twice with the Tax Division Outstanding Attorney Award by the U.S. Department of Justice. Sweeney earned his undergraduate degree from Loyola University Maryland and his law degree from New York Law School.
Kenneth I. Trujillo
Trujillo represents U.S. and foreign corporations, as well as government entities, executives, lawyers and other individuals in contract disputes, securities, antitrust, education and other regulatory issues. His practice involves complex civil litigation and class actions, and he counsels clients on governance, regulatory matters, internal investigations and government relations. Trujillo has also represented numerous public officials and government entities, including city council members, mayors, governors, states, cities and Native American tribes in civil and criminal matters. He has extensive jury trial experience having tried to verdict civil and criminal cases ranging from personal injury to civil rights to complex class actions. Trujillo earned his undergraduate degree from Evangel University and his law degree from University of Pennsylvania Law School.