March 19, 2018
Ganfer & Shore, LLP, one of Manhattan’s most respected boutique law firms, is adding more firepower to its bench. Ashish Gandhi will be joining the firm as counsel next week, focusing his practice on commercial securities, litigation, real estate and bankruptcy.
“We’re thrilled to have someone with Ashish’s experience and skill set joining us. He’ll be a great addition to our already top group of litigators,” says managing partner Steven Shore.
Gandhi was with the international law firm of Weil, Gotshal & Manges for more than 15 years, using his commercial securities and real estate litigation skills to work on several significant cases.
“It was a great experience working on so many high profile and well-known cases. I couldn’t be happier now with the decision to join Ganfer & Shore,” says Ashish Gandhi.
His past experience includes representing a significant number of publicly-traded companies in regulatory investigations and inquiries (FINRA, SEC), representing Lehman Brothers, Tishman Speyer and Archstone in nationwide multidistrict litigation and providing risk assessments and pre-litigation counseling to several Fortune 500 companies.
“Ashish has a big-law background with a boutique firm way of servicing clients. It fits us well as we always put the client first,” says Shore.
Since 1979, Ganfer & Shore has been a significant force in business litigation and real estate law in New York City. With the skill and sophistication of a large law firm, where most of Ganfer & Shore’s attorneys have experience before joining the firm, and the responsiveness and efficiency of a boutique, they approach every matter, every case, every transaction with fresh eyes and an innovative mindset. By consistently delivering outstanding service and maintaining laser focus on their clients’ goals, Ganfer & Shore has earned the trust of Fortune 500 companies, major real estate investors, and other leading law firms.
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