Tarter Krinsky&Drogin is pleased to announce the promotions of three lawyers, two to partner and one to counsel.
“We are pleased to welcome such an accomplished and talented group of lawyers as partners and counsel,” said Tarter Krinsky&Drogin Managing Partner Alan Tarter. “Collectively, their promotions reflect our firm’s dynamic growth as we continue to expand in practice areas important to our clients. We are confident that they will continue to make tremendous contributions to our clients in the years ahead.”
The firm’s new partners and counsel are:
- David Kleinmannis a member of the Labor & Employment practice and co-heads the firm’s Restrictive Covenant practice. He focuses on strategic counseling and litigation for employers and professionals with restrictive covenant matters. He also counsels regarding litigation avoidance and represents clients involving their compliance with, and litigation of, federal, state and local employment laws and wage and hour laws. David has represented clients in New York State and federal courts, and has conducted arbitrations at venues such as FINRA and the American Arbitration Association. He counsels and represents clients in the insurance brokerage, accounting, staffing, banking, finance, e-commerce, restaurant and other industries.
- Gina Piazza is a member of the International, Retail, Corporate and Securities and Real Estate practice groups and co-chairs the firm’s Italian Desk. She assists both domestic and foreign companies in navigating the intricacies of conducting business in the United States. She serves as outside general counsel to a myriad of organizations, guiding them through all phases of their business operations. Her clients include start-ups, established businesses and multinational companies first entering the U.S. market. She represents prominent brands, including those in the industries of fashion, e-commerce, luxury goods, architecture and design, craft beverages and hospitality.
- Christopher Tumultyis a lawyer in the Litigation, Construction, Real Estate and Cooperative and Condominium practices. He works with businesses of all types involved in the real estate and construction industries in New York. Chris is an experienced litigator in complex commercial disputes in state and federal courts, as well as in domestic and international arbitration and mediation. He also acts as outside counsel to condominium and cooperative apartment boards on all aspects of building management, dispute resolution and governance.