Passionate Advocates. Strategic Litigators.
Krantz & Berman LLP — founded in 1997 – is a distinguished litigation boutique with offices in midtown Manhattan and Westchester County. We devote ourselves to skillfully and efficiently solving the legal challenges facing our business and individual clients.
Our experienced lawyers are seasoned trial attorneys, skilled negotiators, and dedicated advocates. We provide to our clients a powerful combination of insight, creativity, perseverance, and compassion. We listen carefully to our client’s needs and pride ourselves on delivering excellence in representation through tenacious advocacy. Our clients receive the level of excellence and skill associated with the finest larger firms, while benefitting from our personalized and cost-effective approach.
We prosecute and defend complex commercial cases in diverse industries including banking, financial services, insurance, real estate, manufacturing, brokerage, retail, accounting, law, medicine and art.
White Collar Criminal & Regulatory Defense
We represent clients involved in federal and state white-collar criminal investigations and cases arising out of a variety of alleged crimes including insider trading, money laundering, bank fraud, bribery, tax evasion, FCPA violations, securities fraud, obstruction of justice and accounting fraud.
Employment Litigation & Counseling
We represent both businesses and individuals in litigation and negotiations involving a wide variety of employment-related issues. We offer strategic advice to employers and employees to address workplace disputes. We provide counseling to ensure compliance with local, state and federal employment laws.
Marjorie Berman is a trained and experienced Mediator who provides mediation services for commercial, matrimonial and employment disputes. Her decades of experience as a litigator, representing both plaintiffs and defendants, gives her a broad perspective that facilitates resolution of the matters before her.
We represent both aggrieved investors and financial professionals in arbitrations brought before the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), principally involving allegations of unsuitability, unauthorized trading and churning.