Jonathan Dana, Cary Feldman, Mary Pence, and Kay Schwartz have been acknowledged by Washingtonian magazine as some of Washington’s Best Lawyers. See the complete list here.
Jonathan Dana joined Feldesman Tucker in 1986. He practices in the area of Family Law and is a past co-chair of the Family Law Section of the District of Columbia Bar. Mr. Dana is admitted to practice in the District of Columbia and Maryland. He has held the positions of voting delegate to the Annual Judicial Conference of the District of Columbia, 1984-1995, and participant to the Charles Fahy American Inn of Court, 1990.
Cary Feldman joined the firm in 2002 and practices in the areas of white collar criminal enforcement and commercial litigation. Mr. Feldman has conducted numerous criminal and commercial trials, both jury and non-jury, as a prosecutor and as a private practitioner. He is a former Assistant U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia, and more recently served as the Deputy Independent Counsel for the independent counsel investigation of, then Secretary of the Interior, Bruce Babbitt. He has written or contributed to a number of publications and is frequent speaker in the areas of criminal and trial practice.
Mary Pence practices in the area of domestic relations with a special focus on the Collaborative process. She is involved in Collaborative work at the local, regional and national levels and is consistently recognized as one of the Washington, D.C. area’s top matrimonial attorneys.
Kay Schwartz focuses her practice in the area of estate planning and administration and in related areas of federal and state tax law; including estate and gift tax, generation-skipping transfer tax, and fiduciary income tax. Her practice in these areas includes estate planning for multiple generations of families; drafting complex wills and trusts; planning for corporate retirement benefits; resolving tax controversies involving federal and state transfer tax issues; administering large and complex estates and trusts comprising assets in multiple domestic and foreign jurisdictions; and litigating estate and trust administration issues.