Olshan Names Six New Partners
NEW YORK, December 13, 2018 – Olshan Frome Wolosky LLP, one of the premier mid-sized law firms in the country, today announced that five lawyers have been promoted to partner effective January 1, 2019: Dov B. Brandstatter, Kenneth S. Mantel, Ryan P. Nebel, Meagan M. Reda and Peter M. Sartorius.
“Olshan is proud to announce its largest class of partner promotions, an indicia of the firm’s achievements over the past year and of the contributions of these seven lawyers who have served the firm, our clients and the legal profession with distinction over their years at Olshan,” said Thomas D. Kearns a partner in Olshan’s Real Estate Law practice.
Steve Wolosky, co-chair of both Olshan’s Shareholder Activism practice and Corporate/Securities Law practice, noted that, “I am delighted that three of our lawyers in the Shareholder Activism practice have been named partner this year. Olshan’s Shareholder Activism Practice has consistently received top rankings across the board in every league table and publication that covers shareholder activism, due to the consistent dedication of these three lawyers to our clients and the practice. Most recently we were again ranked #1 by Activist Insight Monthly in the shareholder activism space as ‘the most prolific law firm for the fourth consecutive year’.” Wolosky continued, “Additionally, our core Securities/Capital Markets practice is known for experienced and practical counsel to issuers, sponsors and underwriters in significant equity and debt securities and alternative investment structures.”
Dov B. Brandstatter will be a partner in the Real Estate Law practice. His broad-based experience includes matters involving office, retail, garage and ground leasing, the acquisition, development and financing of residential, mixed-use and commercial properties and assisting corporate clients with the acquisition and sale of corporate owned and leased properties.
Kenneth S. Mantel will be a partner in the Shareholder Activism practice and Corporate/Securities Law practices. He advises investors in potential activist situations and represents corporate clients across a broad spectrum of transactional and general business matters, ranging from M&A to equity and debt financings to key business partnerships and commercial contracts.
Ryan P. Nebel will be a partner in the Shareholder Activism practice and Corporate/Securities Law practices. He represents and provides strategic guidance to hedge funds and other investors in matters concerning shareholder activism, proxy contests, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and other related matters.
Meagan M. Reda will be a partner in the Shareholder Activism practice and Corporate/Securities Law practices. She represents and provides strategic guidance to hedge funds and other investors in matters concerning shareholders activism, proxy contests, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance and other related matters.
Peter M. Sartorius will be a partner in the Litigation practice. Peter’s practice focuses on representing corporations, private investment funds, real estate developers, and individuals in a wide variety of securities, corporate, and complex commercial disputes in state and federal courts. Peter has significant experience litigating and successfully resolving commercial contract disputes, securities matters, breach of fiduciary duty actions, and shareholder class action lawsuits.
Olshan Frome Wolosky LLP, a law firm based in New York, represents major businesses and entrepreneurs in their most significant transactions, problems and opportunities. Olshan’s clients range from public companies, hedge, venture capital, private equity and other investment funds to entrepreneurs and private companies worldwide. Clients choose Olshan for innovative strategies and sophisticated, game-changing advice in corporate, securities law, equity investment and shareholder activism, complex commercial, corporate and securities litigation, real estate, intellectual property, bankruptcy and creditors’ rights, and advertising. Since its founding, Olshan has offered an alternative to the AmLaw 50 law firm business model with responsive, independent and client-focused legal counsel provided by the firm’s lawyers.