What makes a firm unbeatable? It takes a legacy of its lawyers reaching down to the most granular levels to win cases. Like Erica Garay, a member in the litigation practice group at Meyer, Suozzi et al., who represented 15 employees against Keyspan. The employees were terminated by the utility after its sale to National Grid. But Garay was able to prove her clients were entitled to a severance plan, winning the case for her clients.
Garay’s associate, Kevin Schlosser, had a similar victory. Trump Securities was suing Setton International Foods, his client, for over $1.2 million. Schlosser first defeated Trump’s motion for summary judgment, then won at trial, establishing that Trump was improperly trying to obtain an unjustified windfall.
The firm of Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, which has been in practice over 50 years, is composed of 65 attorneys across offices in Albany, Garden City, Manhattan and DC. The areas of practice may be diverse, but their standard is consistent: to provide integrity, insight, intellect and excellence in the practice of law… to do what it takes to be the most unbeatable.