Olshan Grundman Frome Rosenzweig & Wolosky LLP provides legal services. It focuses on areas such as litigation, intellectual property, licensing, financial restructuring, bankruptcy, real estate, corporate securities, entertainment, banking, tax, non profit organizations, trust and estates. The firm is based in New York City.
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Founded in 1963
Stephen L. Ferszt Joins Olshan as Partner in Employee Benefits Practice
Jun 1 16
Olshan Frome Wolosky LLP announced that Stephen L. Ferszt has joined the firm as partner and practice group leader in the firm's Employee Benefits practice; he will also be advising clients on tax, estate and succession planning matters as part of the firm's Tax & Personal Planning practice. Mr. Ferszt's practice is primarily focused on ERISA and employee benefits matters and represents clients on the design, implementation and administration of qualified, non-qualified and welfare benefit plans, including health and life insurance benefits and cafeteria plans. He also counsels corporations and executives on executive compensation matters.
Olshan Frome Wolosky LLP Presents at Real Estate Investors Summit 2016, Mar-29-2016 03:15 PM
Mar 26 16
Olshan Frome Wolosky LLP Presents at Real Estate Investors Summit 2016, Mar-29-2016 03:15 PM. Venue: Florida, United States.
Olshan Frome Wolosky LLP Announces Executive Appointments, Effective January 1, 2016
Dec 21 15
Olshan Frome Wolosky LLP announced that Aneliya S. Crawford, Hyman Kindler and Erik D. Syvertsen have been named Partners; Safia A. Anand, Jonathan T. Koevary, Kenneth S. Mantel and Peter M. Sartorius have been named Counsel; and partner Andrew Freedman has been named Co-Head of Olshan's Shareholder Activism Practice, all effective January 1, 2016. Andrew Freedman, a partner in the firm's Shareholder Activism Practice, has been named Co-Head of the practice. Aneliya S. Crawford will be a partner in the Shareholder Activism Practice where she represents clients in matters concerning shareholder activism, proxy contests, mergers and acquisitions and corporate governance and hedge funds and other large investors in connection with shareholder activism, mergers & acquisitions and hostile takeovers. Hyman Kindler will be a partner in the Real Estate Law practice where he represents prominent real estate owners, developers and lenders in sophisticated real estate transactions in New York City and throughout the country. Mr. Kindler has extensive experience representing sellers and purchasers of transferable development rights in New York City, including the assemblage of multiple zoning lot parcels as development sites. Erik D. Syvertsen will be a partner in the Corporate/Securities Law practice where he leads the Emerging Company practice, specializing in representing early-stage technology and growth companies on capital raising and transactional matters. Mr. Syvertsen has a broad background in M&A, corporate and securities law, representing private and public companies from seed-stage start-ups to mature public companies. Safia A. Anand will be counsel in the Intellectual Property practice, and has extensive experience across a broad range of industries, including fashion, cosmetics, children's products, financial services, food, restaurant, and general consumer goods. Ms. Anand's intellectual property experience includes managing domestic and international trademark portfolios of all sizes, handling trademark opposition and cancellation proceedings, drafting and negotiating intellectual property agreements, and representing clients in intellectual property litigation. Jonathan T. Koevary will be counsel in the Bankruptcy & Financial Restructuring practice where he handles bankruptcy and restructuring matters on behalf of creditors, debtors, distressed investors and litigants. Kenneth S. Mantel will be counsel in the Corporate/Securities Law practice where he represents clients in a variety of transactional, securities and general corporate matters. Mr. Mantel represents publicly traded and privately held companies in matters ranging from game-changing mergers and acquisitions to ordinary course business partnerships and service contracts, and in financing matters and regularly advises SEC reporting companies regarding all manner of reporting and compliance issues. Peter M. Sartorius will be counsel in the Litigation practice where he focuses on complex commercial disputes, representing public and private companies in a wide variety of complex commercial matters before federal courts, state courts, and arbitral bodies. He has significant experience litigating and successfully resolving contractual, licensing, and securities disputes.