- Practice Areas
- Divorce and Family
- Independent Schools
- Intellectual Property
- Dispute Resolution
- Community & Pro Bono
Ending a marriage is a devastating experience. Doris Tennant practices Collaborative Family Law, where parties and their attorneys focus on mutual problem solving to reach agreement. Avoiding the expense and emotional impact of a potentially toxic court environment helps preserve ongoing relationships with children and resolve complex financial matters efficiently. Learn more about Collaborative Divorce.
Non-profit organizations, like for-profit businesses, face legal issues and business challenges. Particularly in times of diminishing resources, it’s critical for non-profits to have informed and practical guidance. Ellen Lubell supports a wide range of non-profit organizations and has the experience to assist your board of directors or senior management. Find out more.
The primary goals for any school are to maintain a positive educational environment and a safe place for students to learn and grow. Yet the unique dynamics within a school community can present challenges. Conflicts are inherent in an environment where educators, administrators and students are working, living, learning and coming of age. Susan Schorr, Of Counsel to the firm, advocates on behalf of independent schools to resolve disputes. Explore further.
Alternative forms of dispute resolution can help reach timely and fair solutions. It’s prudent to get help from an impartial party when disputes arise relating to business leadership succession or when emotions are involved—with aging parents, estate settlements or pre-nuptial agreements,. From divorce mediation and parent coordinator services to settlement counsel in business matters, we offer effective dispute resolution services. Let us help you.
From textbooks and fine art to software and video, Ellen Lubell counsels clients seeking the greatest value from materials they create. She advises on the protection of intellectual property, and negotiates licensing, marketing and distribution agreements. Publishers, authors, multimedia developers, and academic and cultural institutions rely on her to help make the most of their individual and corporate works.
Learn how we can help.