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Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP

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Managing Partner: Alan Tarter
Number of partners: 49
Number of lawyers: 87
Languages: English, Italian, Spanish, Albanian, Chinese, French, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Romanian, Russian, Turkish

Firm Overview:
Founded in 2001, Tarter Krinsky & Drogin is a full-service, mid-size, New York City-based law firm with a reputation for providing skilled legal work and exceptional client service. The firm partners with clients to achieve practical, strategic solutions tailored to their businesses. Tarter Krinsky & Drogin’s reputation for achieving results, and high-quality, personalized client service and excellent value-driven legal advice continue to draw clients to the firm.

Main Areas of Practice:
Bankruptcy & Corporate Restructuring
Commercial Finance
Compliance & Administrative Law
Cooperative & Condominium Law
Corporate & Securities
- Investment Management
Intellectual Property
-Academia Intellectual Property
-Pharmaceutical & Biologics
-China Practice
-Italy Practice
Labor & Employment
- Restrictive Covenant Practice
- Wage and Hour/Public Works Prevailing Wages
- Corporate Investigations
- Product Liability & Mass Torts
- Securities & Financial Services Litigation
- White Collar & Government Investigations
Not-for-Profit & Education
Qualified Opportunity Zones
Real Estate
- Commercial Leasing
- Outdoor Advertising
Reputation Management
- Hospitality & Restaurant Services
Trusts & Estates
- Elder Care
- Special Needs

Bankruptcy & Corporate Restructuring:
The firm’s Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring Group is thoroughly experienced in representing debtors and debtors-in-possession, asset purchasers, and secured and unsecured creditors.

Commercial Finance:
The Commercial Finance Group represents a diverse range of lenders and borrowers in complex commercial and real estate finance transactions, and guides clients in structuring, negotiating, documenting and closing a wide range of financing transactions and credit facilities.

The Construction Group specializes in representing the full-range of corporate and institutional owners and developers in transactional and dispute-related construction matters. Its client roster features some of New York City’s leading developers and investors.

Cooperative & Condominium Law:
The Cooperative and Condominium Law Group advises residential and mixed-use cooperative corporations, condominium associations, boards and managing agents on effective strategies to resolve complicated issues and keep matters moving.

Corporate & Securities:
The Corporate and Securities practice handles complex commercial transactions, as well as day-to-day legal demands for public and private companies and high-net-worth individuals globally.

The Immigration practice provides full immigration services to major multinational financial institutions, corporations, leading energy companies and not-forprofit institutions, as well as high-level executives and entrepreneurs.

Intellectual Property:
The Intellectual Property practice assists clients in protecting and maximizing their intellectual property, handling the full range of IP matters, including patent, trademark and copyright.

The International practice provides full cross-border legal services to both US and non-US clients. The firm’s China practice assists US and Chinese companies and investors in the US and in China. The Italy practice advises emerging businesses and global corporations, acts as outside general counsel for US subsidiaries of Italian companies and assists US companies doing business in Italy.

Labor & Employment:
The Labor and Employment practice counsels clients in every aspect of the employment relationship. Its work includes developing company policies and employee handbooks, conducting lawful interviews, screening programs and internal investigations, compliance reviews to assess and reduce risk, and drafting agreements.

The Litigation Group represents a wide array of businesses, organizations, governmental agencies and individuals in commercial and business litigation in federal and state trial and appellate courts, bankruptcy courts and in arbitration and mediation proceedings throughout the country.

Not-for-Profit & Education:
The firm serves as general counsel to many academic institutions, including private schools and colleges; foundations; supporting organizations; religious institutions around the world; charities and related entities.

Real Estate:
The Real Estate Group represents owners, tenants, institutional and private lenders, developers and asset managers in office, residential, industrial and retail transactions and operations. Its core areas of focus are commercial, office and retail leasing and asset management; finance and restructuring; and developments and investments.

Reputation Management:
The Reputation Management Group protects clients against false comments made on a review site, untrue statements made to a business’s customers, unfounded assertions made about an individual’s reputation and business acumen, surreptitious videos and cyberbullying, among other areas.

The Retail practice advises national and international retailers across all industries and in the full spectrum of their transactional and dispute resolution legal needs. The Hospitality and Restaurant Services Group represents individual domestic and international restaurateurs, chain restaurants, hospitality clients, licensors and franchisors in all aspects of their businesses.

The Tax Group advises on federal, state and local tax matters and represents clients in tax examinations and controversies before the Internal Revenue Service and state and local tax authorities.

Trusts & Estates:
The Trusts and Estates Group guides individuals, families and fiduciaries in the development of practical estate planning strategies as well as personal and business succession planning, international estate planning, liquidity needs, charitable giving and litigation. The group includes members with extensive experience advising in elder care law and special needs law.