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Join us for UJA’s Trusts & Estates Annual Event, the premier event for planning professionals, as we pay tribute to Ivan Taback of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP for his philanthropic leadership and professional achievements. We'll also hear from Leat Corinne Unger, human rights activist and cousin of one of the hostages currently being held by Hamas.

Add your support and recognize Ivan to amplify UJA's powerful work helping those in need in Israel, in New York, and around the world.

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Ivan Taback

Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP

Ivan Taback is co-head of the firm's Private Clients/Trusts and Estates Group. He concentrates on federal estate, gift, and generation-skipping taxes; charitable trusts; estate and trust administration; and fiduciary litigation.

Ivan's practice extends to matters involving all aspects of sophisticated planning and wealth preservation for families and individuals. He has extensive experience in the preparation and administration of wills and trusts, and the formation and reorganization of closely held corporations, partnerships, and limited liability companies.

He has counseled clients in connection with estate planning for private equity and hedge fund managers and is a well-known...

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Leat Corinne Unger

Human Rights Activist

Leat Corinne Ruben Unger is a passionate humanitarian activist dedicated to advocating for human rights, promoting peace, and providing humanitarian relief. With a background deeply rooted in her Jewish heritage and her experience serving in the IDF, Leat's commitment to making a difference is unwavering.

As an advocate and lobbyist, Leat tirelessly leads protests, rallies, and speaking engagements with various organizations and populations, amplifying the voices of those in need. She is a frequent speaker at panels and events, using her platform to shed light on critical issues such as the current hostage crisis, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and the abuse of human rights.


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Nancy Shavel Gabel, Evercore 
Sean R. Weissbart, Blank Rome LLP

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