07.14.2016  •  In The News

Tannenbaum Helpern staffing attorney Joel A. Klarreich was quoted in The Journal News in a case involving a staffing agency hired by the Ramapo Valley Ambulance Corps to provide and manage paid ambulance crew members, is under investigation by the Department of Labor.

06.21.2016  •  In The News


Tannenbaum Helpern corporate attorney David R. Lallouz mentioned in a Law360 article, 2nd Circ. Denies Harvey Newkirk’s Motion For Bail, about a trial in which he planned to testify as an expert witness about the M&A process and the role of deal attorneys.

06.14.2016  •  In The News


Tannenbaum Helpern’s commercial real estate attorney Eric Schoenfeld was mentioned in Law360’s June 15th article for guiding Fortis Property Group in its $90 million loan for a new condo tower going up in New York City’s Financial District of New York City. (Submission may be required)

05.18.2016  •  In The News

Tannenbaum Helpern’s employment law attorney Andrew Singer discussed the legal polices that companies should have in the workplace.

05.12.2016  •  Press Release

Commercial real estate attorney David Handsman joins Tannenbaum Helpern’s Real Estate, Construction and Environmental Law practice

05.01.2016  •  In The News

Staffing Industry Review

In the May issue of Staffing Industry Review magazine, published by Staffing Industry Analysts, Joel Klarreich was quoted on the six things that can keep staffing executives up at night. Klarreich discusses the dangers that lurked in onerous indemnification agreements that can leave staffing firms on the hook for damages, which can be avoided by simply pushing back and recognizing some indemnification clauses that are not a “cost for doing business”. Additionally, he talks about misclassification of independent contractors.

04.04.2016  •  Press Release

Tannenbaum Helpern’s litigators Vincent J. Syracuse and Maryann C. Stallone successfully represented the guarantors of a mortgage loan in the New York Court of Appeals (PAF-PAR LLC v. Michael Silberberg, et ano.).

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