Arturo J. Aballí, Jr. is a top, multilingual, international tax, trust and estate planning specialist, and counselor to many of the world’s wealthiest families. With over 40 years of experience in global wealth management and international transactions, he is among the tiny group of international practitioners who are Board-Certified in International Law by the Florida Bar. He trained in New York and Spain and practiced at the New York Bar for many years before moving to Florida, and subsequently founding AMK in Miami in 1993. He is a member of the Bar of the U.S. Court of International Trade, a frequent author and lecturer on hot topics in international taxation, and is peer-reviewed as “AV” by the U.S.A’s premier rating organization, Martindale-Hubbel, denoting the highest possible level of skill and ethics.
Hendrik G. Milne is a top international advocate with over 35 years of experience in courts and arbitrations around the world. He is an English barrister and a Florida attorney, admitted to the bar of multiple federal courts across the U.S.A., including the U.S. Supreme Court, and has dozens of reported cases to his credit, many of them creating new law. He is Board-Certified by the Florida Bar in International Litigation and Arbitration and peer-reviewed as “AV” by the USA’s premier rating organization, Martindale-Hubbel, denoting the highest possible level of skill and ethics.
Craig P. Kalil has practiced complex commercial litigation for close to three decades. He has represented private and governmental clients in a wide range of domestic and international matters, in all of the federal and most of the state courts in Florida, and in many more state and federal courts across the U.S., including the U.S. Tax Court and the U.S. Supreme Court. He has developed a particular depth of experience in the representation of large businesses involved in multi-district and class-action litigation, both as plaintiff and defendant. He is peer-reviewed as “AV” by the U.S.A.’s premier rating organization, Martindale-Hubbel, denoting the highest possible level of skill and ethics.
Megan E. Campos has a diverse background in all aspects of international taxation. Her practice is focused on designing tax-efficient structures for international high-net-worth families and assisting them with their inbound and outbound investment planning, tax compliance matters, international trust and estate planning, and pre-immigration planning. She is fluent in English, Spanish and Portuguese.
Matthew R.D. Deblinger focuses his practice on complex commercial litigation and international law. He has a particular interest in international fraud, intellectual property disputes, and multi-state complex commercial litigation.
Danielle Furneaux focuses her practice on international taxation. She has experience in tax planning and compliance, particularly surrounding tax reform provisions affecting multinational entity structuring and inbound and outbound transactions, and speaks conversational French and German.
Stephen McCloskey focuses his practice on international taxation matters. Stephen is a member of the Tax Section of the Florida Bar, the Greater Miami Tax Institute, and is licensed to practice in Florida and the District of Colombia.
Joshua D. Poyer is a seasoned trial and appellate lawyer whose practice focuses on complex international and domestic litigation in a wide range of substantive areas. He has taken discovery and handled litigation in cases across the world and has prepared matters for arbitration in the U.S. and in Europe. He is admitted to the bar in Florida and in several U.S. trial and appellate courts.
Grant Smith’s background was as an American attorney working in Latin America, primarily helping advance the interests of North American Fortune 100 companies with local government ministries, before moving back to Miami to head the local office of a Latin American firm and attending to the broad range of U.S. needs of a Latin American client base. Grant thereafter decided to concentrate his focus on international dispute resolution and joined AMK, where he is a part of the firm’s international litigation team. He is fully fluent and literate in Spanish and English.
Renee R. Tischler is an experienced multi-state and international commercial litigator. She is a member of The Florida Bar and several federal trial and appellate courts, and has handled complex commercial disputes in wide range of substantive areas in courts around the nation.