Jonathan E. Temchin is counsel in the Litigation practice. He represents small, medium and large businesses in all aspects of litigation, from initial case analysis and strategy through trial. Jonathan is a litigator with broad experience and specialization representing and advising clients in complex commercial litigation matters, including:
A trusted advisor and a resolute advocate, Jonathan regularly appears and litigates in the state and federal courts of New York, as well as nationally, and before administrative agencies and arbitration panels.
Prior to joining Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP, Jonathan was an associate at Davidoff Hutcher & Citron LLP.
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On the latest Law Brief® episode, Host Richard Schoenstein is joined by fellow litigator Jonathan Temchin to discuss arbitration as an alternative dispute resolution mechanism.
Thirty-three lawyers from Tarter Krinsky & Drogin have been named to the 2021 New York Metro Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists.
The New York Law Journal has highlighted the promotion of three counsels to partner and the promotion of five associates to counsel.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin is pleased to announce the promotion of the below three counsels to partner and the promotion of five associates to counsel.
Litigation associate Jonathan Temchin recently participated in Habitat magazine’s Legal Game Changers for Boards video series where professionals in key fields of co-op and condo board governance and building management answer common questions in their areas of expertise.
Laurie Stanziale and Amy Goldsmith authored “Classic or chaotic, copyrighting architectural works is an art form” for Real Estate Weekly.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP is pleased to announce Jonathan E. Temchin has joined the firm as an Associate in the Litigation Practice.
Intellectual Property partner Amy Goldsmith and Construction partner Laurie Stanziale wrote, “Whose Line, Drawing Or Plan Is It Anyway?" which was part 2 of a two-part article for Law360. The article addresses owner-architect agreements and instruments of service for the parties to set forth rights and obligations.