Howard Fensterman Attorney in Long Island, NY

Portrait of attorney Howard FenstermanHoward Fensterman is the managing partner of the New York based law firm of Abrams, Fensterman, Fensterman, Eisman, Formato, Ferrara, Wolf & Carone, LLP.

A graduate of Georgetown Law Center, where he received his J.D., Mr. Fensterman is admitted to practice in New York, New Jersey, Maryland, and the District of Columbia. His firm represents corporations, partnerships and many other business entities, as well as individuals. He litigates cases and is involved in settlement negotiations, purchase and sale of businesses and asset-based lending.

Mr. Fensterman represents health care professionals in a number of practice areas, including professional misconduct and enforcement actions by state and federal regulators. Mr. Fensterman is also involved in matrimonial and family law, shareholder/partnership agreements and real estate matters.

Partners in the firm are renowned attorneys, such as Carolyn Reinach Wolf, the only attorney in the United States with a family-focused mental healthcare practice and with mental health issues being a major topic of concern in this country, Ms. Wolf's experience and practice is much in demand.

Partner Frank Carone was appointed by NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg to the NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission. Mr. Carone’s term was extended through January 31, 2022 by NYC Mayor Bill De Blasio after a unanimous vote of the NYC Council. Mr. Carone recently published an article in Forbes magazine entitled: "Three Powerful Questions Used By The Self-Made Super-Rich".

Additionally, partners and associates of the firm are routinely involved in media publishing of articles and events that effect the current issues of society today; such as; Carolyn R. Wolf's publication on her blog in Psychology Today titled: “To Prevent Mass Shootings, Believe the Women”; Partner RoseAnn Branda who participated in a panel discussion on the television show Brooklyn Savvy on the topic of "Divorce in New York"; Elizabeth Kase, Partner in the firm's Criminal Law practice group and Co-Chair of the Medical-Marijuana Law practice group was quoted in January 2019 in a Newsday article titled, “What does legalized recreational pot mean for workplace rules?”; Carolyn Wolf published an article in Psychology Today entitled "Guardrails for the College-Bound With Mental Health Needs - What every worried parent should know to keep on-campus risks in check", which was discussed by Dr. Steve Kussin on CBS Radio 880, as well as many other publications. To view all the articles, as well as the most recent ones, visit the firm's website.

In conjunction with the publications, Abrams, Fensterman is quite active in keeping up with the policies and laws that affect us today. Just recently, Partner and Director of the Employment Law practice group, Sharon P. Stiller, was interviewed for The National Law Journal article titled, “US Appeals Court Ruling Highlights ‘Evolving Nature’ of Title VII Protections” and partner, Elizabeth S. Kase and Associate, Brian T. McCarthy, with assistance from law clerk James Wighaus, co-authored an op-ed piece for the New York Law Journal titled “2018: The Year New York Implements Meaningful Criminal Justice Reform?”

All in all, Mr. Fensterman leads a highly experienced group of attorneys who manage a full range of practice areas for a large variety of clients.