Managing Partner Alan Tarter authored an article that was featured in the New York Law Journal’s special Partnership Report in the April 23 issue. The article titled, "The Unique Place for Midsize Firms in Today’s Legal Market,” focuses on the many opportunities that mid-size firms have in today’s legal complex ecosystem due in large part to their attractive rate structures, full-service value proposition, nimble infrastructures and ability to quickly adapt to market trends, which benefits them in recruiting, as well as client service and retention. Alan explores several concepts in the article, including leveraging agility and embracing change, the power of referrals in cultivating relationships and investing in your firm by investing in your people through professional development programs.
Labor and Employment chair Laurent Drogin was featured in a Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) online article, “Employers Should Carefully Craft Noncompetes.” In the article, Laurent discussed noncompete agreements and restrictive covenants, and what employers should take into account when drafting agreements.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin continues to strategically grow its market-leading Real Estate practice to meet the growing needs of its clients, welcoming senior associates Caryn Block and David Cohen to the firm.
During Women’s History Month, we are proudly honoring the talented women of TKD. We greatly value their work, accomplishments and contributions made to the firm and to our clients. In this installment, learn more about Firm Administrator Tanya Duprey.
During the month of March, we have been recognizing the contributions and accomplishments of the outstanding women of Tarter Krinsky & Drogin in honor of Women’s History Month. In this installment, learn more about Stefanie Marrone, TKD’s Director of Business Development and Marketing.
The women of Tarter Krinsky & Drogin are outstanding professionals who contribute to the value we provide to our firm, our clients and our community each day. Learn more about Hagit Feder, Senior Compliance Administrator, CFE, as part of our Women's History Month series.
Throughout Women’s History Month, we have been shining light on the women of Tarter Krinsky & Drogin. They are talented leaders in their field, and indispensable assets to our firm, clients and community. In this installment, learn more about Litigation counsel Debra Bodian Bernstein.
We proudly honor the impressive women of Tarter Krinsky & Drogin as part of our series in recognition of Women’s History Month. In this installment, learn more about Real Estate paralegal Orly Sonnenklar.
Two of Tarter Krinsky & Drogin’s employees were named to JD Supra’s annual Readers’ Choice Awards for their thought leadership writing. Immigration partner Roxanne Levine was honored in the Immigration category; and Director of Business Development and Marketing Stefanie Marrone was recognized in the Marketing & Business Development category.
We have been celebrating the brilliant women of Tarter Krinsky & Drogin all Women’s History Month long. They are integral to the success of our firm, clients and community. In this installment, learn more about Intellectual Property Counsel Rachel Lin.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin Managing Partner Alan Tarter was featured in the New York Law Journal’s Q&A series with managing partners at top mid-size law firms. In the interview, Alan highlighted how the firm stays true to its entrepreneurial roots while continuing to grow noting, ”As we change, we are very conscious to stay true to our values and maintain our close-knit and collaborative culture.”
On March 12, Firm Administrator Tanya Duprey was recognized by the New York City Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators (ALA) for the completion of her tenure as its 2017-2018 president. A member of the ALA for 14 years, Tanya was the chapter’s second Latina president and among its youngest-ever presidents.
We are recognizing the achievements of the outstanding women of Tarter Krinsky & Drogin in honor of Women’s History Month. They are exceptional professionals who greatly contribute to the value we provide to our firm, our clients and our community. In this installment, learn more about Immigration partner Roxanne Levine.
We have been recognizing the achievements of the exceptional women of Tarter Krinsky & Drogin in honor of Women’s History Month. They bring tremendous value to our firm, our clients, our profession and our community. In this installment, learn more about Construction partner Laurie Stanziale.
We proudly honor the impressive women of Tarter Krinsky & Drogin as part of our series in recognition of Women’s History Month. They bring tremendous value to our firm, our clients, our profession and our community. In this installment, learn more about Deborah Piazza.
In honor of Women’s History Month, we recognize the exceptional women of Tarter Krinsky & Drogin. They bring tremendous value to our firm, our clients, our profession and our community. Learn more about Intellectual Property co-chair Amy Goldsmith.
Construction chair David Pfeffer was quoted in a CoStar article, “NYC Office Market Grapples with Old Buildings, New Work Styles.” The article addressed the shift in how companies are using space and how the shared working environment trend is affecting older buildings. Regarding shared workspaces, David stated, "Large companies are starting to embrace shared workspaces with more frequency for large numbers of employees. Younger professionals want dynamic environments.
Leading mid-size, full-service law firm Tarter Krinsky & Drogin recently launched a Corporate Investigations practice in response to the growing needs of its clients. This practice group, comprised of multiple disciplines, focuses on conducting highly sensitive and high-profile internal investigations on behalf of individuals, as well as a wide range of private and public corporate entities from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies. The Corporate Investigations team advises clients on how to proactively address probes to mitigate reputational, brand and litigation risk, as well as design and implement corporate compliance procedures, provide training programs and audit those procedures to measure compliance.
Bankruptcy co-chair Alex Spizz was featured in “Tribunal Orders Egypt To Pay $1B In Gas Supply Row” in Law360 and “Arbitrator: EMG Due $1.03b From Egypt Over Canceled Gas Contract” by Haaretz, a leading Israeli newspaper.
This week, the New York Post and the New York Daily News reported on a litigation brought by a Tribeca condominium unit owner due to unreasonable and excessive noises penetrating his unit from the unit above. Gabriel Levinson, a litigation partner at Tarter Krinsky & Drogin, brought the action on behalf of the aggrieved unit owner, who was constrained to reside elsewhere because of the unreasonable noise.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin continues to strategically grow its market-leading Construction practice to meet the growing needs of its clients, welcoming senior associate Cathleen Cassidy to the firm. Cathleen represents owners and developers in transactional construction matters. She drafts and negotiates license, access, design and construction agreements. As a litigator, Cathleen has experience litigating claims related to license and access agreements as well as construction contracts.
GlobeSt.com noted the recent lawyer promotions of Brian Beller and Scott Schneider to partner in the Real Estate practice; Jing Xia to partner in the Intellectual Property practice; and John Rondello to counsel in the Construction practice. GlobeSt.com is an online commercial real estate content platform.
Real Estate Weekly highlighted Tarter Krinsky & Drogin’s recent lawyer promotions, noting that Brian Beller and Scott Schneider were promoted to partner in the Real Estate practice; Jing Xia became a partner in the Intellectual Property practice; and John Rondello was promoted to counsel in the Construction practice.
White Collar & Government Investigations partner Michael Grudberg was noted for representing Utah-based heir-tracking company Kemp & Associates in the Law360 article, "Heir-Tracking Co. Urges 10th Circuit To Refuse Antitrust Case."