Partners for Your Business®
Many fine law firms state a wish to "partner" with their clients, but this usually means offering alternative billing arrangements or better communications links. This does not address the most frequent complaint about major law firms, that most work is handled by relatively inexperienced junior lawyers who are, in effect, trained at the expense of the firm's clients.
When Carter Ledyard & Milburn LLP promises to be Partners for Your Business®, we mean a great deal more. Most importantly, an experienced partner will handle a client's legal affairs, large and small, with the assistance of well-trained associates and paralegals for appropriate portions of the work. About half of our 90 lawyers are partner/counsel level. Our clients have direct access to the partners responsible for work on their matters. In our office, no client and no matter is too small to receive the attention of an experienced partner delivering the highest quality of legal and business advice.
Our partners are much more than excellent legal practitioners-they also provide clients with valuable business counsel derived from years of relevant experience. The firm's vast contact base allows us to introduce our clients to people who frequently can advance the client's interest; including prospective business partners, customers, sources of financing, investment bankers, consultants and other useful contacts worldwide. Like any good partner, we look for opportunities to add value for our clients beyond the legal work we are retained to deliver.
Where appropriate to a client's circumstances, flexible billing arrangements also constitute part of our partnering commitment. For early stage business clients, including rapidly growing new media, telecommunications and technology clientele, this may take the form of equity-based fee arrangements creating a direct partnering relationship.
We measure our success by the success of our clients. That's what it means to have the partners of Carter Ledyard & Milburn LLP as Partners for Your Business®.
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Carter Ledyard assisted client RADA Electronic Industries Ltd., a global defense technology company, with its $25 million public offering. Steve Glusband and Guy Ben-Ami advised RADA in this transaction.
Carter Ledyard is pleased to announce the promotions of Alex Malyshev to partner, Mike Bauscher to counsel, and Guy Ben-Ami to counsel, effective January 1, 2020.
Nick Tapert and Chris helped client RIS NYC LLC win the dismissal of an Article 78 petition against the client and co-respondent New York City involving the City’s award of an important parking and parking enforcement…
On September 27th, Carter Ledyard client Global SC Finance VI SRL completed a $155,000,000 secured term loan financing with various lenders.
In collaboration with Safe Passage Project Inc., Carter Ledyard will work pro-bono to help ensure that no minors appear in U.S. Immigration Court to face removal proceedings without an attorney.
Designed to showcase those in the New York Metropolitan area exhibiting excellence in the practice of law, thirty five Carter Ledyard attorneys were named to this year's list.
Writing for the New York Law Journal, partner Steve Kass outlines a 15-point plan for the next U.S. Administration to help curb the calamity of the climate crisis through both climate mitigation and adaptation.
Carter Ledyard successfully obtained dismissal of all federal claims brought against merchant cash advance client Capital Stack, LLC, in a federal court action asserting several causes of action.
M. Dunn & M. Erwin stress executive and boardroom awareness and oversight of cybersecurity risk mitigation, outline several best practices for officers and directors, and summarize recent legal and regulatory developments.
Aaron Cahn explains the importance of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code as a resource for businesses in financial distress, but cites various cases of the denial of that resource being available to cannabis-related ones.
Surrogate Nora Anderson rejected an attempt to dismiss the Petition of our client Radio Drama Network, to invalidate testamentary instruments that deprived it of a $100 million bequest from its founder Himan Brown.
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Known as the “Tombs Angel,” Ms. Foster was a volunteer in the court’s criminal justice system who devoted much of her adult life to serving imprisoned New Yorkers.
The NY Supreme Court dismissed all claims against Carter Ledyard clients Fox Capital Group Inc., and Commonwealth Merchant Advance Inc.
Karen's article identifies portability as a useful estate planning tool, but suggests it is no substitute for thoughtful estate planning.