Sarah is passionate about finding creative ways to defend her clients in complex commercial disputes.

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Litigation is often an unfortunate reality for many business owners. Clients rely on Sarah to bring and defend against fraud, complex contractual and other business tort claims.

Sarah represents large corporations and individuals in both national and international disputes. She provides strategic and innovative defenses for these large corporations, as well as startup companies, who are subjected to ever-increasing litigation brought by their shareholders. Sarah also represents condominium or cooperative boards and individual unit owners in resolving New York City real estate disputes.

Sarah has significant court experience, including successfully arguing motions and attending court conferences. She has conducted depositions of opposing parties and nonparty witnesses. She also has substantial experience preparing cases for trial and arbitration, including drafting motions in limine, expert disclosures, subpoenas and notices of intent to introduce evidence and preparing witnesses. She has successfully drafted and opposed many motions, including motions to dismiss, summary judgment motions, and discovery motions. Sarah frequently writes and prepares panel presentations relevant to new developments in securities litigation.

Sarah enjoys the fast-paced, mentally stimulating nature of high-stakes commercial litigation disputes. Every case brings new challenges and unique issues. Sarah loves that being a litigator constantly forces her to learn and evolve.

  • JD, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law

    Magna cum laude
    Moot Court Honors Society managing editor
    Order of the Coif
    Dean's Merit Scholarship
    2015 Jacob Burns Medal recipient
    2013 Liza Suckle Moot Court Competition finalist

  • BA, Emory University
    Environmental Studies and Women's Studies

    Dean’s list

  • New York
  • New York Court of Appeals
  • New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division