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Laura McCabe Brandt

Principal at
Brandt Law PLLC

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Biography

Prior to the formation of Brandt Law PLLC, Laura gained extensive experience serving as senior in-house counsel:

-          General Counsel for fashion retailers H&M, Syms Corp., Filene's Basement and C. Wonder;

-          Associate General Counsel at Apple Core Hotels, a hotel and property management company operating multiple hotels, office buildings, and an assortment of other real estate and investment assets; and

-          Associate General Counsel for Ranieri & Co., Inc., a private investment firm.

In these roles, Laura provided strategic and operational advice and counsel to facilitate the formation, operation and growth of these businesses and their assets. Laura’s responsibilities were wide and deep in scope to include the legal areas of real estate, construction, corporate governance, labor and employment, regulatory compliance, contracts, licensing, and litigation oversight. As such, Brandt Law PLLC is in the position to provide i) one-stop legal services, ii) expertise in specific areas of the law depending on a client’s preferences and needs, and iii) appropriate referrals as needed.

Laura has presented at the NYC Bar Association, Association of Corporation Counsel, Touro Law Center, Fordham Law School Fashion Law Institute, the National Retail Federation, and Lawline.

Practice Areas

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

  • New York

2 Courses by Laura McCabe Brandt

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Professional Memberships

  • New York City Bar Association (Member; Fashion Law Committee Member)

  • ICSC (Member)

  • Women Should Network Too! (Founder)

Education

  • Touro Law Center

    J.D. (1996)

  • Loyola University Chicago

    B.A. (1993)

Contact Laura McCabe Brandt

(516) 442-5755

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