We pride ourselves on our diverse clientele, and regularly represent individuals, small business owners, and large corporations, in a variety of commercial and civil litigation matters.
Our attorneys have worked in prestigious corporate litigation firms and have regularly appeared in front of Judges. We have clerked directly for Judges and taught the art of legal writing and advocacy to law students and lawyers. Our skills are well-respected, and we are regularly called on to advise clients about complex litigation matters.
No two cases are alike and no two clients have the same needs and desires. We listen to our clients and their specific needs. We strive to help develop personalized strategies for you – whether we are resolving claims against you, or advocating on your behalf.
We represent both plaintiffs and defendants
and handle matters such as:
Breach of contract, failure to pay, and tortious interference with business
Employment disputes, including Department of Labor (DOL) investigations, EEOC, and NY state human rights investigations
Section 1983 claims involving false arrest, false imprisonment, and malicious prosecution
Real estate and coop/condo/shareholder disputes
Securities litigation & arbitrations
Trademark/Copyright infringement claims
Some examples of recent matters we have handled include:
We represented a New York City business in a commercial dispute involving breach of contract, unfair competition, fraud, and tortious interference.
We represented an international beverage company and a fashion designer on trademark, copyright infringement, and breach of contract claims.
We represented a photographer-client in an arbitration with her former agent. Our client was sued for breach of contract, and she counterclaimed for damages. We prevailed at the arbitration and were awarded counterclaim damages.
We recently settled an employment discrimination case with claims including discrimination, harassment, and wage violations.
We represented an employee-broker in an NASD Arbitration who was being sued by a large financial institution for violating an employment agreement. We were victorious and the case resulted in a denial of a permanent injunction as well as a win for counterclaim damages.
We represented an individual shareholder in a dispute with her co-op Board confronting issues such as breach of fiduciary duty and breach of proprietary lease.