Paul Sarkozi is the Co-Chair of Tannenbaum Helpern's Litigation and Dispute Resolution Practice. Recognized by Super Lawyers in the New York Times since 2012 as one of the Top 100 Lawyers in the New York Metro area, Paul is a savvy litigator and negotiator who focuses on results for his clients. Equally adept in federal and state court, Paul has nonetheless developed a particularly strong reputation in New York's Commercial Division, the branch of the NY Court system that handles complex business disputes. He was selected by NY Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman to serve on his Task Force on Commercial Litigation in the 21st Century and serves on the Chief Judge's Commercial Division Advisory Council as Co-Chair of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee. Paul recently served as Chair of the State Bar's Commercial and Federal Litigation Section, which regularly addresses critical issue affecting business litigation in both NY State and Federal courts.
A versatile advocate, Paul is called on by business entities and senior executives in a broad range of industries to counsel them on the best ways to prosecute, defend and resolve their disputes. He has represented hedge funds, private equity firms, REITs and developers, global media and public relations firms, a leading athletic clothing designer, international banking organizations, international pharmaceutical and food companies, a national accounting firm and even a Saudi prince.
Finally, Paul is an experienced, smart and effective negotiator. His knowledge and skill in this area have been recognized by Columbia Law School, where he has been appointed a Lecturer-in-Law to teach a Negotiation seminar. Paul also serves on the roster of mediators for the Commercial Division in New York County.
Carl Regelmann is an associate in Tannenbaum Helpern’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice. A litigator and trained commercial mediator, Carl advises on complex commercial litigation and has experience in all aspects of business-related litigation, arbitration, mediation and appellate practice including real estate, corporate dissolutions, derivative actions, construction, attorney malpractice, board of manager disputes, restrictive covenants and non-compete agreements, and partnership disputes.
He has represented clients in litigation in New York state and federal courts including international financial institutions, real estate developers and landlords, apartment co-op boards, food and beverage companies, and retail manufacturers. Prior to joining Tannenbaum Helpern, Carl was the Principal Law Clerk to New York State Supreme Court Commercial Division Justice Carolyn E. Demarest for over eight years.
Carl graduated cum laude from Cornell University and earned his J.D. from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law. Carl was recognized as a Rising Star in New York Super Lawyers from 2016-2019. Carl is a contributing author and editor to the monthly Attorney Professionalism Forum in the NYSBA Journal.
New York State
United States District Courts: Southern and Eastern Districts of New York
excellent program even for general litigators
very informative and comprehensive
Not applicable to my practice, but well presented.
Very interesting, very informative and very well-presented.
Good speakers and the content was robust and timely. It helped me to understand changes in procedures
Very commanding knowledge of the subject matter.
Great update! Excellent Chart at the end!
Nice roadmap of important rule developments and changes to practice in the commercial division.
Very good course.
Both individuals were informative and overall excellent. I learned alot. Hope to experience more courses like it.
Useful and informative
I have been a subscriber to Lawline for a number of years, and I am very happy with it.
the presenters were both interesting and expert in their presentation.
Great presenters, great content.
A good presentation highlighting recent changes and trends in the law.
Good info regarding depositions and availability of judge for telephone dispute resolution.
This course was useful for learning ways of getting the help of the courts with ongoing issues with opposing counsel or discovery problems.
a very substantive and interesting presentation. appreciate the preparation by the speakers for the presentation.
Excellent materials and coverage.
Great practical information and pointers
Important information, well presented.
Attorneys were articulate and easy to follow.
Very informative & interesting.
the most usefule cle course i've done in years
I particularly like the advice at the end about the many new rules, the preliminary conferences and the use of federal rules to one's advantage.
It was an interesting description of recent changes to make litigation work better