Herrick, Feinstein LLP - Firm Profile
Herrick, Feinstein LLP
Size of Organization: 165
Year Established: 1928
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Established in 1928, Herrick, Feinstein LLP is one of the region's most prominent mid-sized law firms, providing a full range of legal services to businesses and individuals around the world. The firm operates out of offices in New York City, New York and Newark and Princeton, New Jersey.
Statement of Practice Summary:
Art Law; Corporate; Asset-Based Finance; Asset-Based Lending; Bank Regulatory; Business Divorce; Commercial Lending; Corporate Finance; Corporate Restructuring and Disposition; Entrepreneurship; Franchising; Health Care; Hedge Funds; Inbound Investment/International; Institutional Lending; Investment Management; Leveraged Buyouts; Mergers and Acquisitions, Joint Ventures and Strategic Alliances; New Markets Tax Credits; Private Equity; Registered Investment Companies; Securities; Venture Capital/Emerging Growth; Employment; Corporate Compliance; Employee Benefits and Executive Compensation; Employment Litigation; ERISA Litigation; Risk Management Services; Entertainment and Related Media; Government Relations; Intellectual Property; IP - Litigation and Enforcement; IP - Transactional; International; Litigation; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Class Action Defense; Commercial Litigation; Construction Litigation; Product Liability; Records Retention; Securities Litigation; Title Insurance; White Collar Defense; Real Estate; Acquisitions and Sales; Cooperatives and Condominiums; Corporate Real Estate and REITs; Development and Construction; Economic Incentive Programs; Environmental & Green Building; Health Care - Real Estate; Inbound Foreign Investment; Joint Ventures - Public and Private; Land Use and Zoning; Leasing; Real Estate Loan Workouts, Restructuring and Foreclosures; Real Estate Finance; Real Estate Litigation; Restructuring and Bankruptcy; Sports; Sports Business; Sports Technology, Media and Communications; Tax; Trusts and Estates; Family Businesses; Personal Planning; Tax Forbearance for Non-U.S. Citizens.