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Jack Wilk co-founded the firm in 1987 and is currently the firm’s Managing Partner. Jack practices extensively in all aspects of federal, international, and New York taxation.
Alan D. Zuckerbrod is a former assistant district attorney who specializes in complex commercial and real estate-related litigation matters at the trial and appellate levels in state and federal court.
Jeffrey A. Samuels has more than 20 years of experience in real estate law, representing sophisticated parties in complex transactions. He specializes in commercial real estate leasing, representing landlords and tenants on transactions in and about New York City and throughout the country.
Andrew is a legal advisor who works with mid-sized, privately held companies at various stages of the business lifecycle, serving as outside general counsel. He helps owners address their various legal needs in the most timely, cost-effective manner.
Jay A. Lang has broad-based experience in all facets of real estate practice. His experience allows him to serve a wide array of real estate clients with multidimensional needs.
Thomas R. Amlicke has been a trusts and estates and an estate planning lawyer for 48 years.
Michael Sobel represents landlords and tenants in retail, office, and mixed use commercial leasing transactions and buyers and sellers in the acquisition and sale of office and retail properties.
Natalie Shkolnik has extensive experience in securities litigation, including class action litigation, governmental and regulatory investigations, and arbitrations.
William has an active practice representing national and regional retailers, shopping center developers, and real estate investors.
Helen A. Rella is an experienced litigation and trial lawyer with a formidable record of representing clients in a wide range of complex commercial matters, including breach of contract, employment, unfair competition, defamation, licensing, and intellectual property disputes.
Julie Cilia represents clients in a broad range of complex commercial and securities litigation matters in both state and federal courts, as well as, during alternative dispute resolution.
James C. Kennedy handles all types of real estate transactions, including leasing, purchases, sales, financing, and development.
Leslie Steinau has a unique practice combining both corporate and publishing law. His clients include book and magazine publishers, authors and agents, bank and insurance companies, and general corporate enterprises.
For more than 20 years, Jay S. Auslander has worked at both the trial and appellate levels in jurisdictions throughout the U.S. He is recognized for his precedent-setting work in judgment enforcement and distressed debt litigation.
Stephen Albert is viewed by his clients as both a transactional lawyer and a trusted advisor to whom they can turn for counseling on both legal and business issues.
Aari Itzkowitz’s practice and experience spans a wide range of litigation, advisory, and regulatory matters.
Mark S. Clyman represents domestic and international public and privately held companies, lending institutions, and private equity firms in corporate law transactions.
Scott Watnik is a tenacious commercial litigator who applies his creativity and legal acumen to secure favorable results for clients in high stakes litigation.
Sabino Biondi focuses his practice on estate planning, estate and trust litigation, and estate and trust administration.
Bruce C. Johnson is a trusts and estates lawyer with more than 31 years of experience in New York City.
Having participated in complex commercial creditor-debtor/landlord-tenant relationships for 25 years, Eric J. Snyder possesses unique experience in this field.
Mordy Goldenberg's practice focuses on a range of transactional real estate matters, including the acquisition, disposition, financing, leasing and development of various property types.
As a business litigator with 27 years of experience, Stuart brings to his clients a practical sense of how to achieve the client’s business goals in the most businesslike way—without litigation if possible, but by winning when litigation is necessary.
Jonathan K. Bender is a corporate lawyer with a concentration in securities matters.