The New York Law Journal’s Lawyers on the Move section reported on the recent arrival of veteran litigator and former SEC enforcement attorney Robert Heim. Robert joined the firm’s Litigation, Securities and Financial Services Litigation, White Collar & Government Investigations and Corporate and Securities practices, continuing its strategic growth and strengthening its client offerings. The article notes that he was formerly an assistant regional director of the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Managing partner Alan Tarter was quoted in an Am Law Mid-Market Report article, "Chasing Financial Gains? Bigger Scale Doesn't Mean Bigger Growth.” The article delves into promising takeaways for mid-size firms within the Am Law 200, which include specializing, streamlining and pivoting. Alan told the publication that mid-size firms like Tarter Krinsky & Drogin are are adept at adjusting to market pressures, citing rate flexibility and alternative fee arrangements as reasons why. Alan also said that talent acquisition and retention is also easier when the firm can quickly implement attractive talent development and business development programs.
Cooperative and Condominium chair Steve Troup and counsel Chris Tumulty recently won a significant victory for a cooperative apartment board client in New York Supreme Court involving both co-op governance and construction law issues. We were retained by the co-op to address a dangerous condition on its roof, which was created by the penthouse owners’ illegal alterations over many years to their apartment and the rooftop above.
Cooperative and Condominium counsel Chris Tumulty was recently named to the New York City Bar Association’s 2019 Cooperative & Condominium Law Committee, which addresses issues pertaining to cooperative and condominium housing law in a variety of areas, including changes in the policies of lenders with respect to loans and underlying mortgages, co-op and condo discrimination, accommodations between boards and apartment owners and recent New York State and New York City legislature.
Litigation and Corporate & Securities partner Robert Heim was quoted in Law360’s article, “SEC Nabs $26M From Longfin Affiliates Over Stock Sales,” which discusses three settlements between the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and our clients, affiliates of Longfin Corp., a now-shuttered cryptocurrency company. Robert notes, "My clients are pleased that the judge has accepted the settlements and they are looking forward to putting this matter behind them."
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin, a full-service, mid-size law firm announced today that it has expanded its Litigation and Corporate and Securities practices, continuing its strategic growth and strengthening its client offerings with the addition of veteran litigator and former SEC enforcement attorney Robert G. Heim as partner.
Labor and Employment associate Jon Hershberg was recently named to the New York City Bar Association’s Labor & Employment Law Committee. During Jon’s three-year term, he will have the opportunity to help shape law and public policy, comment and testify on legislation, submit briefs, draft reports and participate in public service projects.
Intellectual Property partner Mark Rosenberg was quoted in Law360’s article, “Want To Avoid Costly Patent Cases? Amazon Offers A Hack,” which discusses Amazon’s new program that allows patent owners and Amazon sellers to settle patent infringement disputes in a streamlined proceeding.
Real Estate partner Brian Beller, Real Estate associate Karen Schwimmer and Construction associates Cathleen Cassidy and Sean Scuderi have been named to Real Estate Weekly’s 2019 Rising Stars list for their outstanding contributions to their field.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin is pleased to announce that the 2019 edition of Chambers USA has recognized our market-leading New York Construction practice, as well as two of our New York Construction and Immigration lawyers, David Pfeffer and Roxanne Levine.
Intellectual Property co-chair Amy Goldsmith was featured on Fox 5 New York discussing Australia’s new social media law, which now makes it a crime if social media platforms do not expeditiously remove violent content and can lead to major fines and jail time for media executives.
Commercial Finance and Bankruptcy & Corporate Restructuring partner Sherri Lydell’s recent arrival to Tarter Krinsky & Drogin was featured in Mann Publications' Fashion Mannuscript, a business-to-business publication specializing in real estate, finance and fashion.
Intellectual Property co-chair Amy Goldsmith was recently named to Law360’s 2019 Intellectual Property Editorial Advisory Board, which is responsible for obtaining feedback on Law360’s coverage and gaining insight from leaders in the field on how to best shape future coverage.
The recent arrival of Commercial Finance and Bankruptcy & Corporate Restructuring partner Sherri Lydell was featured in the New York Law Journal’s Lawyers on the Move section. Sherri represents a wide range of lending institutions in complex finance transactions, including loan originations for asset-based loans and real estate matters, loan restructurings, out-of-court workouts and bankruptcy proceedings in the middle market. She also represents corporate clients on contract matters, including buyout and purchase and sale agreements. An active member of the community, Sherri is one of the founders and board members of WHOW of NY, Inc., a nonprofit organization benefitting women in need.
Congratulations to Roxanne Levine and Stefanie Marrone who were once again named as JD Supra's top authors of the year and awarded 2019 Readers' Choice Awards for their thought leadership writing. Roxanne was honored in the Immigration category; and Director of Business Development and Marketing Stefanie was recognized in the Marketing & Business Development category. They each ranked in second place in their respective category.
Congratulations to Construction partner Laurie Stanziale who was named to Law360’s 2019 Construction Editorial Advisory Board. The editorial advisory board is responsible for obtaining feedback on Law360's coverage and gaining insight from leaders in the field on how best to shape future coverage.
Law360 recently announced the formation of its 2019 Immigration Editorial Advisory Board, and Tarter Krinsky & Drogin is pleased that Immigration partner Roxanne Levine was named to the board. The purpose of the editorial advisory board is to obtain feedback on Law360's coverage and gain insight from experts in the field on how best to shape future coverage.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin’s Director of Business Development and Marketing Stefanie Marrone was featured in a Legal Marketing Association Q&A regarding her upcoming speaking role at the 2019 LMA Annual Conference in Atlanta. Stefanie will co-present a workshop on “Beyond Branding: Aligning Social Media Strategy With Business Development Goals,” on Wednesday, April 10 at 1:30pm. In the interview, Stefanie discussed why she submitted to speak at the LMA Annual Conference, what she hopes attendees will learn from her presentation, what she thinks are the keys for success for legal marketers today and which other sessions she is most excited to attend.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin is pleased to announce that three of its lawyers, Intellectual Property co-chair Amy Goldsmith, Immigration partner Roxanne Levine and Construction partner Laurie Stanziale, have been named to Law360’s 2019 Editorial Advisory Boards where they will help in planning Law360’s future coverage in their individual fields.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin managing partner Alan Tarter was featured in a Mid-Market Report article on mid-market law firms with specializations in key practices/industries. Alan noted that the firm has taken a hybrid approach to how it approaches focused practices. While Tarter Krinsky & Drogin is a full-service firm, it also focuses on a number of industries within its broader practice groups.