Rivkin Radler Welcomes Evan Schieber and Gaddi GorenAugust 31, 2012 |
William M. Savino, Managing Partner of Rivkin Radler LLP, has announced that Evan R. Schieber and Gaddi Goren have joined the firm’s Litigation & Appeals Practice Group, as a Partner and an Associate, respectively.
Evan R. Schieber, of Port Washington, NY, specializes in commercial and real estate related litigation with a focus on condominium and cooperative law as well as corporate disputes. He has acted as lead counsel in complex litigations involving varied real estate, commercial and construction disputes. Schieber represents major real estate developers and property owners and advises condominium and cooperative boards, managing agents, owners of unsold shares and owners of blocks of condominium units in all aspects of cooperative and condominium law.
Schieber has successfully litigated sponsor control and construction defect claims concerning newly-constructed condominiums and conversion projects. He regularly handles lender liability, foreclosure matters, as well as employment and corporate controversies. Schieber has been featured in articles of several publications concerning cooperative and condominium law, including Crain’s, The New York Times and the Real Deal, and is an expert in the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act. He is a member of the Council of New York Cooperatives and Condominiums. Schieber earned his Juris Doctor from Brooklyn Law School.
Gaddi Goren, of Brooklyn, NY, was a Law Clerk for the Hon. Francis B. Schultz, Superior Court of New Jersey, Law Division prior to joining Rivkin Radler. As a Law Clerk, he worked closely with Judge Schultz on a variety of issues, including motions to suppress, Wade hearings, and Post-Conviction Relief cases. Goren successfully mediated the settlement of civil cases.
As a law student, Goren interned with the Hon. Daniel Palmieri, Supreme Court of New York. He also interned with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission in the New York District Office, and addressed issues relating to employment discrimination alleged by federal employees. As an intern with the Alternative Dispute Resolution Department for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York, Goren assisted in the settlement of cases. Additionally, Goren worked closely with the General Counsel of Island Capital to address contract and land related disputes. He was active with the Moot Court Honor Society and competed in the White Collar Crime invitational at Georgetown Law School. Goren earned his Juris Doctor from Brooklyn Law School.