Alan M. Tarter, Managing Partner at Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP, has been instrumental in the strategic growth of the firm since its founding. Working with TKD’s partners, counsel and associates, he has led its development as a full-service, midsized firm delivering cost-effective representation to a broad spectrum of businesses of all sizes.
Alan's clients include real estate owners and developers, financial institutions, mortgage banks and brokerage companies, title insurers, accounting and other professional service firms, insurance brokerage companies, staffing and executive recruiting firms, and wholesale distributors. He is highly experienced in corporate and real estate matters such as:
Alan forms close relationships with his clients, not only providing legal counsel, but also advising them on all issues involving business growth and strategy. As a business adviser, he draws heavily upon his financial background to understand the resources that his clients need to succeed. He is a Certified Public Accountant licensed in the State of Maryland (inactive).
Prior to founding the firm, Alan was a partner in Tarter & Gulotta, LLP, and prior to that he was an associate at the New York law firm of Battle Fowler LLP (n/k/a Paul, Hastings, Janofsky & Walker LLP).
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"Make every day your masterpiece" - UCLA Coach, John Wooden's father
Historically an industrial waterfront, Long Island City has become a site for luxury residential condominium and rental buildings in recent years, and is now becoming an active office district. Built in 1926 and originally used by Macy’s as a furniture warehouse, The Factory is one of Long Island City’s newest and premier workspaces. A 1.1 million sq. ft. multi-tenanted industrial office and retail building owned by Atlas Capital Group, in partnership with Square Mile Capital and Invesco, the building covers an entire city block from 47th to 48th Avenues and from 31st Street and 30th Place in Queens.
apple seeds LLC is a growing organization that provides indoor playground facilities, classes, birthday parties and other activities. As an emerging and growing business, apple seeds needed a business-minded legal partner who understood the challenges of being a middle market business. They needed help building the company from the ground floor up, and providing a solid foundation for future growth.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin is pleased to announce the promotions of three lawyers, two to partner and one to counsel.
Managing partner Alan Tarter and partner Richard Steer were named to the Best Lawyers® 2017 list.
New York Metro Super Lawyers has named 21 Tarter Krinsky & Drogin lawyers in 10 practices to its 2016 list.
Managing Partner Alan Tarter was featured in “Forget Foosball and Tree Houses: How to Build a Great Company Culture In a Buttoned-Up Industry” for Inc. Magazine.
Managing Partner Alan Tarter wrote “Professional Development: A Key Element of Law Firm Culture” for the New York Law Journal’s Partnership Report.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin was profiled in Of Counsel’s January 2016 issue. Of Counsel talked with Alan Tarter about the firm’s strategy and successful growth, its culture and forward-thinking programs.
The 2015 New York Super Lawyers recognized 22 of Tarter Krinsky & Drogin’s attorneys.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin represented the landlord of The Factory in Long Island City, Queens, in the leasing of office space to Macy’s.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin represented the landlord of The Factory in Long Island City, Queens, in the leasing of office space to Applied Research & Consulting, a data analysis company.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin represented the landlord of The Factory in Long Island City, Queens, in the leasing of office space to TEI Group Inc., an elevator solutions company. TEI Group Inc. signed a 12-year lease to relocate its headquarters to the Long Island City building.
Law firms face a unique set of challenges to stay competitive. Managing overhead, rates and compensation structure is a delicate balance. In a landscape shaped by constant regulatory and market shifts, firms need a plan to maintain long-term stability and growth.
Managing Partner Alan Tarter was quoted in The New York Law Journal article on December 8. The article "Firms Turn to Specialists to Boost Collections" addresses about law firm billing and collections procedures.
Three Tarter Krinsky & Drogin attorneys have been selected for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© 2015.
Alan M. Tarter, Managing Partner, recently spoke at a New York Staffing Association seminar: “Succession Planning for Your Business – What you need to know today for a better tomorrow.”
Alan Tarter, Managing Partner, will be speaking at the New York Staffing Association’s Super Seminar Day on May 18, 2006. His panel, “How to Retain Top Talent,” will discuss the value and enforceability of non-compete and non-solicitation agreements in New York State.
The legal industry is a competitive job market. From compensation and practice management to culture and work/life balance, law firms are challenged with creating incentives to attract and retain top talent.
There has been a significant consolidation of residential real estate service providers nationwide in the past few years, and this packaging your company for sale requires a clear strategy and a detailed plan.
Selling a staffing company is much like selling any other business, but the nature of the industry makes packaging one for sale a unique process. As the seller, your first steps include prioritizing goals, setting up a timeline, devising an exit strategy and assembling a professional team.
There has been a significant consolidation of residential real estate service providers nationwide in the past few years, and this trend has recently been gaining momentum in New York.
The new economy is humming along at 56K and no one wants to be left behind as even greater opportunities are springing out of the ever increasing bandwidth. Internet law is the new darling of our industry.
The mortgage brokerage industry has grown in recent years to the point where as many as half of all home mortgages are facilitated by a mortgage broker.1 The broker acts as intermediary between the borrower (whether a home-buyer or a homeowner refinancing an existing mortgage) and the institutional lender (lender).
At a real estate closing, title companies typically escrow funds to satisfy various outstanding obligations of a buyer or seller (or in the context of a refinancing, the owner of the property). These outstanding obligations, most commonly tax liens, mechanic’s liens and judgments, would otherwise be deemed an “exception” to title coverage.