Bar Admissions & Memberships

  • State of New York
  • State of Connecticut
  • Southern District of New York
  • Eastern District of New York
  • Western District of New York
  • New York State Bar Association
  • Westchester County Bar Association

About

To properly serve and advise people, you have to like people. Surprising how many attorneys miss that remarkably simple point.

Individuals, businesses and financial institutions rely on me for advice on both business related matters , such as financial transactions, contract disputes, business and employment issues, and personal matters, such as personal finance, wills and estates and family legal issues.

My guiding philosophy is that no problem is insurmountable: disputes can often be resolved through effective communication; however, where litigation is necessary, prosecution must be rigorous.

To properly advise a client, you need to be willing to become familiar with the client, to understand their unique needs and demands. It is rare that there is a black and white answer to a legal issue or to a dispute. Critical to proper representation is the ability and willingness to point out the pros and cons of alternative courses of action.

Before becoming an attorney, I worked in several industries, both here and in Europe, including the fields of  technology/network integration, web development and marketing, and publishing.

These experiences enhance my ability to provide valuable, real-world advice. As I have been in business in a variety of circumstances, I can provide practical insights married with legal expertise.