January 7, 2016
Moritt Hock & Hamroff Announces Promotions For 2016
GARDEN CITY, NY; January 7, 2016 — The law firm of Moritt Hock & Hamroff, with offices on Long Island and Manhattan, has announced that Jennifer Ecker (resident of Albertson), has been named a partner of the firm and Cindy R. Hamada (resident of West Hempstead) and Dylan Saperman (resident of Merrick) have been named of counsel, effective January 1, 2016. Ms. Ecker was formerly of counsel to the firm, while Ms. Hamada and Mr. Saperman had been associates.
“Jennifer, Cindy and Dylan have made significant contributions to our firm and are very deserving of these new positions,” said Marc Hamroff, Managing Partner. “We expect their impressive development to continue as they play a major role in our growth.”
Jennifer Ecker has over 18 years of experience in litigating complex real estate disputes. The scope of her practice is diversified, and also includes all types of real estate related litigation, construction law, drafting, analyzing and negotiating commercial leases, counseling clients on landlord/tenant legal issues, as well as New York condominium and cooperative law. She is a member of the Association of Real Estate Women and the Long Island Real Estate Group.
Cindy Hamada concentrates her practice in the area of complex commercial real estate law. The scope of her practice is diversified and includes a variety of real estate, corporate and leasing transactions. She represents landlords and tenants, lending institutions, investors, real estate developers and corporations in the selling, leasing and refinancing of commercial and residential properties.
Dylan Saperman focuses his practice in the areas of commercial and residential real estate, commercial lending, and not-for-profit law. He represents real estate owners and developers in the purchasing, selling, leasing and refinancing of commercial and residential properties. He also represents institutional and private lenders in commercial mortgage closings, including mezzanine loans and loan participations. Mr. Saperman also focuses his practice in the area of not-for-profit law, where he has represented several agencies in the securing and closing of tax exempt municipal bond financing for the development of residential and day program facilities, schools and administrative offices. He has also represented several not-for-profit agencies in the acquisition and refinancing of properties.
Moritt Hock & Hamroff LLP with offices on Long Island and Manhattan provides a wide range of legal services to businesses, corporations and individuals worldwide.