General Practice, Commercial, Personal, Litigation
Pioneer woman lawyer created own practice in 1977, after Smith College, NYU Law School, with honors. Going strong. Trained at pre-eminent Cravath Swaine & Moore, one of four women lawyers; moved to general practice and litigation at pre-eminent London Buttenweiser & Chalif, later Buttenweiser & Josephs; now concentrates on civil litigation and transactions: family, business, contracts, trusts, estates, intellectual property, civil rights, real property, personal property, employment; trials, arbitrations, appeals, mediation, international, state, federal, and out-of-state matters. Pre-eminent and AV recognition by Martindale-Hubbell for decades. Dedication to client’s interests with “emotional intelligence.” Known for swift action and fearless presentation. Published poet. Multi-Lingual. City gardener. Active athlete. Mother and grandmother.