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Chambers USA Recognizes Construction and Immigration Practices

May 29, 2013

Tarter Krinsky & Drogin is pleased to announce that the 2013 edition of Chambers USA has recognized the Construction Practice Group as one of the top construction practices in New York City. For the eighth consecutive year, Chambers has also recognized Practice Chair David Pfeffer as being among the top practitioners in the field. Chambers sources noted “the full-service construction group at this firm specializes in handling a broad range of construction-related transactional and dispute resolution issues for developers and institutional owners” and that “the firm truly delivers top-tier legal services at fair and competitive billing rates.”

This year Chambers USA has also recognized Andrew Koerner and Roxanne Levine as leaders in the field of immigration. Chambers noted that Roxanne Levine “is exceptional,” and that “she handles cases with meticulous detail.” Sources also noted that Roxanne handles all manner of employment and family-based immigration matters for individuals and corporations.

Andrew Koerner was also recognized for being "thorough, open-minded and creative.” Further, “he is recommended for his representation of individuals and companies in an all-encompassing array of employment and family-based immigration matters and nationality issues.”

Chambers USA ranks the leading firms and lawyers in an extensive range of practice areas throughout America. Chambers researches the legal markets of over 180 countries through interviews with thousands of lawyers and their clients. Each year, Chambers conducts an extensive, independent research process that is largely client focused.

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Koerner, Andrew S. Counsel Counsel 212.216.8097 VCard
Levine, Roxanne H. Partner Partner 212.216.1122 VCard
Pfeffer, David J. Partner, Chair of Construction Group Partner, Chair of Construction Group 212.216.8075 VCard

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