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.
To celebrate Women's History Month, we are featuring the wise words and career advice from the outstanding women of Tarter Krinsky & Drogin throughout the month of March. We know we can learn from them, and we hope you can too.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin, a leading mid-size, full-service law firm, announced today that Sherri Lydell has joined the firm as a partner in its Commercial Finance and Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring practice. Her arrival further enhances the firm’s offerings in the business financing area.
Tax partner Andrew Ben-Ami is quoted in Real Estate Finance & Investment’s article, “Government shutdown leads to cancellation of OZ public hearing,” where he discusses the recent government shutdown’s impact on opportunity zones. A January 10 Internal Revenue Service (IRS) hearing, which was canceled as the agency was closed during the shutdown, was intended to give a platform for public comment on additional proposed opportunity zone regulations.
Litigation partner and Corporate Investigations chair Anthony Dougherty and Litigation partner Linda Roth’s case involving a wrestler at Bergen Catholic High School who accused his coach of sex abuse was featured in a NorthJersey.com’s article.
Construction chair David Pfeffer and partner Eric Zipkowitz have been named to Euromoney’s Legal Media Group's 2019 Construction & Real Estate Expert Guide, a reference used by in-house counsel worldwide for more than 20 years. This recognition is based on independent research, telephone interviews and general nomination by legal practitioners in more than 90 jurisdictions.
Construction chair David Pfeffer is quoted in Brick Underground’s article, “Closing credits: What are they and why would you negotiate for them?” The article explores the many risks associated with transactions that involve closing credits, which as the article explains, is a sum of money the seller pays the buyer at the closing, helps to reduce the actual price of a property while allowing for a higher recorded selling price. David explains, “If you misrepresent the price in a closing document, that would be a fraud.”
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin managing partner Alan Tarter was featured in a Law360 Law Firm Leaders interview in which he discussed the business and practice of law, the growth of the firm under the 17 years since he founded the firm in which it grew from having just six lawyers to 80 lawyers today and what makes Tarter Krinsky & Drogin a unique place to work, among other topics
Leading mid-size, full-service law firm Tarter Krinsky & Drogin is pleased to announce the promotions of two associates to counsel, Michael Camporeale in the Real Estate and Construction practices and Joel Rosner in the Litigation practice.
Construction chair David Pfeffer was quoted in The Real Deal’s article, "Brooklyn’s Inventory Balloon,” which discusses the concerns some are having in regard to Brooklyn’s many new residential projects and how quickly the inventory can be absorbed. David states, "Developers feel there’s a lot of inventory in most neighborhoods, and sophisticated developers want to see absorption. There’s definitely going to be a pause in the market.” He continues, "We’re in a market that’s cooled off.”
Trusts and Estates counsel Joann Palumbo was featured in a Considerable.com article, “The Estate Planning Move You’ve Got to Get Right.” In the article, which highlights the issues that may arise when naming an executor to a will, Joann explains that there can be trust issues, especially if some family members feel that the person named executor isn’t reliable, or someone who does not make sensible financial decisions.
Labor and Employment chair Laurent Drogin was featured in a Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) online article, "New York City Employers: Update Your Policies and Practices for 2019.” He encourages employers to do a comprehensive review of employee manuals and onboarding materials as they head into the new year, and go back and take a look at what 2018 changes they might have missed.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin’s managing partner Alan Tarter was featured in an Am Law Mid-Market Report article on trends for mid-size firms heading into 2019. In the article written by Alan, he provides his thoughts on industry trends affecting mid-size law firms in the coming year based on his many years of experience as a managing partner and practicing lawyer.
Construction chair David Pfeffer was extensively quoted as a source in Law360’s year-end feature article, "NYC Real Estate Legislation, Regulation to Watch in 2019.” The article covered trends in the legislation and regulation areas that top real estate lawyers in New York will be watching in 2019, and included rezoning in various neighborhoods and the many questions that arise with short-term rentals, which are currently illegal in New York.
Construction chair David Pfeffer was quoted in a recent Law360 article on “Real Estate Cases to Watch in 2019” on the legal implications of short-term rentals in densely populated cities across the United States. The article notes that short-term rentals continue to present a complex set of challenges to lawmakers in cities across the country.
An article written by Stefanie Marrone, Tarter Krinsky & Drogin’s Director of Business Development and Marketing, was named among JD Supra’s top 10 most-read pieces of content of 2018 in both the business development and marketing categories. The article, "Build a Stronger Professional Network Today with These LinkedIn To-Do's,” ranked as the #3 top-read article in the marketing category and the #6 top-read article in the business development category, respectively.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin’s Construction Group chair David Pfeffer played a significant role in the opening of the long-awaited Nitehawk Prospect Park, a 650-seat cinema in the completely redesigned and refurbished historic Pavilion Theater. David has represented founder Matthew Viragh and Nitehawk Cinemas in bringing the innovative concept of dine-in cinemas with alcohol service and film-related programming to NYC since its inception. David has been representing Nitehawk on business and legal services related to the acquisition, financing and construction and development of Nitehawk Prospect Park.