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Robin S. Abramowitz of the Firm’s Litigation Practice Group Named to the “Ones to Watch” in the Long Island Business News

Robin S. Abramowitz, a partner and co-chair of the Firm’s Litigation Practice Group, was named as one of the “Ones to Watch” in the field of law in the January 15, 2016 Edition of the Long Island Business News. Ms. Abramowitz has represented corporate and individual debtors and creditors in Chapter 7 and 11 bankruptcies. She has also represented subcontractors, general contractors, suppliers and owners in construction litigation; residential and commercial landlords in landlord/tenant proceedings; and individuals and corporations in commercial litigation. Ms. Abramowitz also serves as an arbitrator on the Long Island Commercial Panel for the American Arbitration Association.

William Gartland and Martin Semel of the Firm’s Corporate and Business Practice Group Close $20,000,000.00 Plus Asset Acquisition

William Gartland and Martin Semel of the Firm’s Corporate and Business Practice group, together with special Sri Lankan counsel (pertaining to certain manufacturing facilities located in Sri Lanka), represented a privately held garment manufacturer in the approximately $20,000,000.00 plus acquisition of a premier full-service manufacturer of women’s apparel for some of the fashion world’s top brands.

Anjali Bhat Joins the Firm as an Associate in the Commercial Litigation Practice Group

The Firm is proud to welcome Anjali Bhat as an associate in the Firm’s Commercial Litigation Practice Group. Ms. Bhat is a graduate of Columbia Law School (J.D., 2011) and Swarthmore College (B.A. with High Honors in History, 2007), and she concentrates her practice on complex commercial litigation. Prior to joining the Firm, Ms. Bhat was a law clerk to the Honorable William F. Kuntz, II in the Eastern District of New York, and an associate with the Manhattan law firm of Clark & Gentry, P.L.L.C.

Firm’s Employees Participate in 15th Annual Suburban Housing Holiday Program

For the fifteenth straight year, the Firm and its employees continued its annual tradition of participating in a Suburban Housing program through which the Firm and its employees provide less fortunate families with presents for the Christmas holiday. Suburban Housing is a not-for-profit organization that provides housing and services for low income families in Suffolk County, and this remarkable program enables volunteers such as the Firm’s employees, who donate their own funds which are then matched by the Firm, to purchase, wrap and deliver presents to each family based on “wish lists” provided by the family. This yearly tradition is one of the ways that the Firm and its employees give back to the community.
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