Robinson Brog Leinwand Greene Genovese & Gluck, P.C. - New York City Business Litigation Attorneys

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Marshall Bernstein

Of Counsel

Board of Directors, Executive Committee
Marshall Bernstein
meb@robinsonbrog.com
Phone: (212) 603-6307 Fax: (212) 956-2164

Marshall Bernstein is the Chairperson of the Firm's Corporate Transactional Department.

Mr. Bernstein’s practice is focused on corporate and governance matters including mergers and acquisitions, securities law issues and debt and equity financings. As head of the firm’s Corporate Transactional Department, Marshall advises clients ranging from small, closely-held family businesses to large entities and across a broad spectrum of businesses including magazine publishers, direct marketing companies, investment companies, restaurant and food service businesses, electronic distributors and manufacturing and service companies.


A particular focus of Mr. Bernstein’s practice has been counseling established private middle market companies and their principals on all aspects of general corporate and business law. Mr. Bernstein has extensive experience addressing the myriad legal and financing issues relating to the business operations of the firm’s clients. In addition, as an advisor to many high net worth individuals he provides legal advice involving entity formation, corporate governance, financing and strategic planning in respect to investment vehicles and operating businesses.


Areas of Practice:

Bar Admission(s):

New York

Education:

Harvard Law School, J.D.
Cornell University

Background:

Mr. Bernstein is a member of the American New York State and New York City Bar Associations and for many years has held senior positions in the Village of Roslyn, New York.


Noteworthy transactions of Mr. Bernstein’s and his corporate group include the following:

  • Represented Mauritius investment company in $73 million sale of a hospitality industry franchise business with operations in the U.S. and Canada.
  • Represented the principal of a New York City art gallery in the $16 million sale of a controlling interest in the company.