John J. Ferguson, Esq.

John Ferguson 1949908Title: Attorney

Company: Ferguson Cohen LLP

Location: Greenwich, CT

Greenwich, CT, September 16, 2015, John Ferguson, Attorney at Ferguson Cohen LLP, has been recognized by Elite American Lawyers for dedication, achievement and leadership in law.

Since obtaining a JD from Fordham University School of Law in 1965, Mr. Ferguson has concentrated his legal practice in trusts and estates. His primary areas of focus include taxation, real estate, trusts and estate litigation. He founded the firm now known as Ferguson Cohen LLP in 2006, bringing with him years of experience as a senior partner at Bleakley Platt & Schmidt, LLP. His firm, which is situated in Greenwich, CT, has grown a solid reputation for its ability to help clients build secure futures.

Mr. Ferguson followed in the footsteps of his uncle, who was also an attorney, when choosing a profession in law. In 1961, he earned a bachelor’s degree in history from Holy Cross University prior to attending law school. Mr. Ferguson was then admitted to the New York Bar Association in 1966, the U.S. Federal Courts Bar Association in 1970, the U.S. Supreme Court Bar Association in 1970 and the Connecticut Bar Association in 1979. He later became a member of the Greenwich and Westchester County Bar Associations. Mr. Ferguson’s excellence in his profession led him to be cited as an authority in the New York Law Journal article titled, “Who’s Who in Trusts & Estates.”

An active member of his community, Mr. Ferguson is a sought-after lecturer on the topic of wills and estate planning. He volunteers on the board of directors at St. Thomas Aquinas College, and is a member of the President’s Council of the College of Holy Cross. Mr. Ferguson serves as counsel and board member to many private foundations as well. His further positions include being a member of the board of directors at the USA chapter of Gregorian University, and a trustee of the Southampton Animal Shelter.

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Ferguson, John 1949908

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