Lauren Bernstein is an associate with the firm concentrating her practice in the areas of commercial litigation and bankruptcy. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Bernstein served as a summer associate at the firm. In addition, she also served as a legal intern at the New York State Supreme Court and to the Honorable Dorothy Phillips of the New York State Family Court.
Hofstra University School of Law, J.D., magna cum laude 2015
Hofstra Law Review, Associate Editor, Volume 43; Staff Member, Volume 42
Dean’s Honor Scholar
Citation of Excellence in Bankruptcy Law, Spring 2015
First Year Course Excellence Award, Civil Procedure II, Spring 2013
The Catholic University of America, B.S. 2012
Ms. Bernstein is admitted to practice in New York and New Jersey.
Making Rule 68 Offers of Judgment in Employment Cases, Law 360, June 2016
New York’s New Confession of Judgment Law and the Unintended Consequences of its Residency Requirements, December 2019
Bankruptcy Court Determines That the Right of a Surety to Recover Retainage in a Construction Contract Due to Equitable Subrogation is Superior to a Creditor’s Security Interest Even if Perfected, June 2019