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About Lankler Siffert & Wohl LLP

Lankler Siffert & Wohl's 23 lawyers work out of their midtown New York City office. With a deep focus on litigation and dispute resolution, the firm has worked on behalf of private and corporate clients in matters such as civil and commercial litigation, regulatory investigations and white-collar criminal matters.

LSW’s white collar practice has been one of the founding points for the boutique law firm, representing clients for over thirty years in commercial, regulatory, and white-collar criminal arenas. Benchmark Litigation recognized that the firm’s “trump card in the eyes of peers is its ‘unassailable’ collective of white-collar titans,” many of whom have been recognized by peers as the “best of the best” in the legal community.

The firm’s attorneys has defended clients in the U.S. and abroad in a vast range of allegations and charges, including market manipulation, accounting fraud, insider trading, antitrust violations, bank fraud, tax violations, money laundering, and obstruction of justice, to name a few. With six of the nine partners having served as former federal prosecutors, it is no wonder then that LSW has tried over 100 criminal cases and rarely lost at trial.

The small firm has gained large recognitions from Chambers, U.S. News, and the like. LSW shines so bright that Law360 even named it as one of the “litigation boutiques that should scare biglaw,” and Super Lawyers named it as one of "50 Law Firms Professionals Should Know About" for Commercial Litigation. Although LSW has six areas of practice, the firm’s range of expertise lends to why they have built a formidable trial strength and reputation. 

Lankler Siffert & Wohl LLP

500 Fifth Ave
33rd Floor
New York, NY 10110
Phone: (212) 921-8399

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Hiring Partner: Daniel E. Reynolds

Major Office Locations

New York, NY

Major Departments & Practices

Alternative Dispute Resolution
Complex Commercial Litigation
Internal Investigations
Professional Conduct
Securities & Other Regulatory Enforcement
White-Collar Criminal Defense