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Loeb & Loeb Expands New York Office with Seven New Corporate Partners

Loeb & Loeb is pleased to announce the arrival of seven partners to the firm’s New York office on Monday, March 4. Andrew Arsiotis, Stephen Budow, Henry Zangara, Michael Martell, Matthew Friedman and Steven Rockoff will join the firm’s Capital Markets and Corporate department. Michael Barry will join the firm’s Advanced Media and Technology department. The team will join from Morrison Cohen.

“Loeb & Loeb is an impressive and innovative firm. We are excited to join a firm with such a robust domestic and global platform that we are confident will enable us to meet and exceed our clients’ needs,” said Zangara, speaking on behalf of the group.

Arsiotis, Budow and Zangara bring decades of experience handling all manner of complex transactions in the private equity space, representing several well-known private equity funds, as well as financial sponsors, senior debt funds, mezzanine lenders, and hedge funds.  

Martell and Friedman focus on mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, recapitalizations, minority investments, partnerships and financings, as well as general company representation. 

Rockoff focuses on lending and finance for leveraged buy-out and private equity funds, mezzanine lenders, and hedge funds, and represents other borrowers and lenders in all aspects of complex financing transactions.

The addition of Michael Barry expands Loeb & Loeb’s Luxury Brands practice group. Barry represents established U.S. and international fashion and luxury brands in all aspects of corporate and commercial matters. He also acts as primary outside counsel for his international clients’ U.S. subsidiaries, which include many of Europe’s most prestigious brands.

“This talented group significantly expands our private equity offerings and our ability to support our domestic and international client companies and funds with their mergers and acquisitions, finance, fund formation and general corporate activity,” said Mitchell Nussbaum, co-chair of the firm.  “Enhancing our platform to capture increased deal activity and to grow in high-value industry sectors, like luxury brands, is an important focus of the firm,” Nussbaum added. 

“We are excited to deepen our corporate and luxury brands benches with this seasoned group of attorneys,” said Laurie Ruckel, managing partner of Loeb & Loeb’s New York office. “The group optimally positions us to continue to meet growing demand in both of these areas and we look forward to welcoming them to the New York office.”