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Sugar Felsenthal Grais & Hammer opens NYC office

Sugar Felsenthal Grais & Hammer LLP (SFGH) announced today the opening of its New York City office.

Serving clients across the nation from a single office in Chicago for nearly 35 years, SFGH’s New York office provides an additional resource for its clients’ business needs. Expanding the depth of corporate and securities practices, partner Vanessa Schoenthaler will anchor SFGH’s New York office and growing securities practice. Several of the firm’s New York licensed attorneys will be spending significant time in its New York office. The new office also provides SFGH with closer connections to the bankruptcy and restructuring communities in New York and Delaware.

Managing Partner Adam Grais stated “[o]ur clients and business partners have expressed great enthusiasm for our new location in New York.  We are thrilled at the prospect of bringing new opportunities and new levels of service to our clients through the New York office.”  When asked if the firm plans to grow its new office, Grais replied “[w]e will not pursue growth for its own sake. However, client demands all but dictated our expansion into New York, and we will continue to add resources as needed to continue to provide the highest level of service to our clients.”

The New York office of SFGH is located at 230 Park Avenue, New York City, NY 10169.

About SFGH:  For nearly 35 years, clients have turned to SFGH as their most trusted advisors.  Through an unmatched level of personal service, combined with our business and legal acumen, SFGH continues to represent almost all of the clients it started with in 1981.  The firm is a general business law firm concentrated in seven key areas: Bankruptcy, Reorganization & Creditors’ Rights; Business Transactions and Securities Regulation; Commercial & Probate Litigation; Labor & Employment; Estate Planning & Administration; Federal Income Tax Planning & Litigation; and Real Estate & Community Development.

Posted on June 1, 2016 by Morgan Yingst
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