Andrew Abramowitz is a corporate and securities transactional attorney with outstanding depth and breadth of experience. In 2010, following years of intensive experience as a partner and associate at the New York offices of prominent, international law firms, he launched his own practice.
His goal is to provide clients with the sophisticated legal representation and prompt response time found at large law firms, together with attributes not often associated with those firms: consistent partner-level attention to every aspect of a matter, not merely at the initial client meeting; responsiveness to the client’s needs unhampered by large firm bureaucracy; and a reasonable and predictable fee structure.
- Over twelve years of experience at major, international law firms, including Greenberg Traurig LLP and Davis Wright Tremaine LLP as partner/shareholder as well as at Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP as associate.
- J.D., New York University School of Law, 1997
- A.B., Brown University, 1992
If the goal […] is to protect people from losing all of their money in an illiquid investment, the current standard fails on that count, too. Andrew Abramowitz, a lawyer in Manhattan who has worked with both buyers and sellers of private placements, said a better standard might be to limit how much of their net worth people can invest.
Andrew Abramowitz, a lawyer in Manhattan who has worked with both buyers and sellers of private placements, said every investor should approach a private placement skeptically.