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08/11/17


Stein Sperling Plans to Transition Managing Partners in 2019

Related Attorney(s): Millard S. BennettJeffrey M. Schwaber

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Stein Sperling Bennett De Jong Driscoll PC formally announced its succession plan for passing the operational leadership of the Firm to a new Managing Partner.  Millard Bennett has served as the Firm’s Managing Partner since 1986, in addition to maintaining his active business law practice. Jeff Schwaber was selected by the Firm to succeed Mr. Bennett as Managing Partner effective October 2019. At that time, Mr. Bennett will devote his undivided attention to his business law practice.

“I have watched this firm grow over the course of 40 years from a newly established three person practice to one of Montgomery County’s largest and most highly respected firms, with more than 120 employees,” reflected Mr. Bennett. “I feel tremendous pride and  gratification about the firm that Paul Stein, Don Sperling and I first created, and I know that Jeff, who has long been a vital part of that process, is the ideal person to lead the Firm forward into the future.”

Mr. Schwaber is the chair of the Firm’s Commercial Litigation Department and intends to follow in his predecessor’s footsteps by maintaining his active law practice while overseeing the operations of the firm.


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