Statement of Practice Summary:
Complex Civil Litigation in the Areas of Securities, Intellectual Property, Real Estate, Trusts and Estates, Corporate Governance, Employment, Construction, Antitrust, Contracts, Unfair Competition, Valuation and Insurance Coverage; Alternative Dispute Resolution; Corporate Counseling in the Areas of General Business, Securities, Mergers and Acquisitions, Commercial Finance, Formation of Business Entities, Public and Private Offerings, Strategic Alliances, Stock Options and Executive Compensation, Corporate Governance Advice, Debt Financing and International Business Transactions; Counseling Securities and Commodity Investment Advisory Businesses and Private Domestic and Offshore Hedge Funds, Venture Capital Funds and Other Investment Pools Including Organizational Structuring, Registration and Compliance; Defense of Regulatory Investigations and Investor Legal Actions, and SEC, NASD and Exchange Enforcement Actions; Trademark and Copyright Protection, Technology Licensing, Internet, e-Business, Trade Secret and Entertainment Matters; Commercial Real Estate Acquisition, Disposition, Development, Financing, Management, Leasing, Foreclosures and Workouts, with an emphasis on Corporate Facilities Planning, Development, and Financing; State and Federal Income and Sales Tax Matters and Contested Fee Disputes, Venture Capital Transactions.
Resumé Tips for New Lawyers
Roey Z. Rahmil, May 15, 2015
Although the resumé is only one part of a typical job application, it is likely the document that potential employers will review first; their impressions of a job candidate’s resumé will likely color their evaluation of the rest of that candidate’s application materials....