Tarter Krinsky & Drogin is the kind of firm where you can carve your own path as a lawyer, share ideas and to contribute your talents as part of a collaborative team. Each day creates opportunities to learn and to make an impact. The lawyers who came to our firm often tell us that they were looking for the next challenge in their legal careers and to be part of a team environment. An entrepreneurial, growing mid-size firm with a close-knit culture like Tarter Krinsky & Drogin can be just the right kind of change that you may be seeking. Take a look at Sean Scuderi’s story.
There are ample opportunities for professional development and growth at a mid-size firm like Tarter Krinsky & Drogin. Many of our employees have come from the Big Law world and have flourished in our smaller, entrepreneurial work environment that really encourages and supports our people to be their best professional selves and to pursue what is important to them. One example of this is Stefanie Marrone, our Director of Business Development and Marketing. Before joining Tarter Krinsky & Drogin nearly two years ago, Stefanie worked at five of the most prominent law firms in the world. In joining us, she sought a work environment that was close-knit, innovative and unique. Here is her her story.
Construction Group chair David Pfeffer was quoted in Real Estate Law360’s feature, "NY Real Estate Legislation to Watch in the 2nd Half Of 2018." The article highlights areas of legislation and regulation that top New York real estate lawyers will be keeping a close watch on in the second half of the year. David is quoted in two areas: the rezoning of Gowanus and the potential impact of imminent legislation to regulate short-term rentals.
On July 12, litigation partner Richard Williamson will be a featured speaker at the New York County Lawyers’ Association’s Winning Cases in Federal Court program. Richard will join a panel of veteran litigators and trial lawyers to explore the latest issues involved in federal court practice.
Darnell Stanislaus recently joined Tarter Krinsky & Drogin as a senior associate in the Litigation practice. He provides counsel on broad array of complex litigation matters, including securities, environmental, employment, antitrust and shareholder derivative actions.
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 by adding five lawyers from the prominent litigation boutique Flemming Zulack Williamson Zauderer LLP, which dissolved as of June 30, 2018.
Construction Group chair David Pfeffer was quoted in Real Estate Law360’s feature, Real Estate Cases to Watch in the 2nd Half of 2018. In the article, David weighed in on the implications of the $76 million judgment against construction contractor Navillus Tile for its improper use of non-union labor.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin has developed a number of initiatives to give its lawyers the tools to succeed in lead generation and client retention. The cornerstone of these efforts is a business development Pipeline Program. Participants in this program, who range from first-year associates to senior partners, meet together monthly to brainstorm leads, discuss tactics and outreach, and report back on their progress and roadblocks. The program also focuses on best practices in cross-selling, client service and in-person and online networking.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin, a leading mid-size, full-service law firm, announced today that Guy Molinari has joined the firm as a partner in its Corporate & Securities practice. His arrival further enhances the firm’s offerings in the transactional area.
Construction chair David Pfeffer was featured in a Commercial Observer article that highlighted its 2nd Annual Higher Education Construction Forum, a half-day conference on the future of higher education development in the New York Metropolitan region. David moderated the panel, "Managing Higher Education’s Capital Programs, Development and Large Scale Renovations.
Patrick J. Kilduff, partner and Chair of Administrative Law and Outdoor Advertising practices, was noted in the Westchester County Business Journal in connection with a dispute between our client, Clear Channel Outdoor, Inc., and the owner of a Yonkers building regarding ownership of the large advertising sign structure located on the roof of the building near the New York State Thruway.
Bloomberg Law highlights Tarter Krinsky & Drogin's unique GOAL program, through which every lawyer and staff member is given the opportunity and the financial backing to accomplish, or continue to pursue, a professional goal or learning objective each year.
Stefanie Marrone, Tarter Krinsky & Drogin’s Director of Business Development and Marketing, was recently featured on the Ackert Inc.’s Market Leaders Podcast hosted by David Ackert. Stefanie discussed how she has built a strong strategic marketing and BD program at leading mid-size firm Tarter Krinsky & Drogin through a business development pipeline lead generation program for lawyers of all levels at the firm.
Intellectual Property co-chair Amy Goldsmith and Intellectual Property partner Alan Tenenbaum were lauded by Lawline during Teacher Appreciation Week 2018 for their recent webinar, “Anatomy of Discovery in Patent Litigation.” In their presentation, Amy and Alan addressed contention interrogatories, discovery in Markman hearings, handling e-discovery and selecting experts. They also discussed how to guide clients through the discovery phase of a patent litigation.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin, a leading mid-size, full-service law firm, announced today that Janet B. Linn has joined the firm as a counsel in its Intellectual Property practice. Her arrival bolsters the firm’s core strengths in IP and Hatch-Waxman patent litigation.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin is pleased to announce that the 2018 edition of Chambers USA has once again recognized our Immigration and Construction lawyers, and Immigration practice. For the 13th consecutive year, Chambers highlighted Construction practice chair David Pfeffer as being among the top practitioners in the New York Construction field. In the New York Immigration category, the firm was recognized as a notable firm for the fourth time and, for the sixth consecutive year, Immigration partner Roxanne Levine was highlighted for representing multinational banking and cultural institutions in employee visa issues.
White Collar and Government Investigations partner Michael Grudberg recently participated in the Two Lawyers Walk Into a Bar podcast series. As part of the podcast, the hosts, Lee Bergstein and Cooper Knowlton, have a conversation with prominent members of the legal community about their paths to success. In the interview, Michael spoke about his time at Yale Law School, his experience serving as a law clerk and how he selected the right firm to join after law school. He then walked the hosts through his career path.
Cooperative and Condominium practice chair Steve Troup participated in a Q&A in The Cooperator where a tenant asked whether the president of a co-op board is allowed to collect proxies from other residents. Steve explains, “So long as there is no misrepresentation or intimidation, there’s nothing illegal about what the reader is complaining about. Anyone can do what she is doing.” Steve has been a frequent contributor to The Cooperator, a leading industry publication in the co-op and condo industry.
Managing Partner Alan Tarter was featured in ALM’s April 20 Mid-Market Report article on how mid-size firms are striking a balance between work and life. The article focused on how firm leaders of mid-size firms are ensuring that their lawyers can find work-life balance.
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.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin once again partnered with Università Bocconi to host a program at our offices in New York City for 16 Bocconi law students as part of its In-Company Training Program. The Bocconi In-Company Training Program is a global academic program that provides its students the opportunity to learn more about select companies in the United States.
Intellectual Property co-chair Amy Goldsmith was quoted in The Atlantic’s article, “Amazon May Have a Counterfeit Problem.” In the article, Amy discussed whether e-commerce sites are responsible for potentially counterfeit goods being sold on the web. She said, “Essentially, the law says that internet service providers are highways that goods travel over. They are not responsible for what’s in the trucks that go over these roads, as long as they apply a ‘rigorous’ takedown procedure to complaints about counterfeit goods.”