J.D., CPA, LLM (in taxation), CELA®, AEP® (Distinguished), Founding Partner
Bernie is a founding partner of Littman Krooks and Chair of its Elder Law and Special Needs Department. He is a nationally-recognized expert in all aspects of elder law and special needs planning.
Mitchell is a founding partner of Littman Krooks and leads the firm’s Corporate and Securities Department. He has represented issuers, underwriters and placement agents in hundreds of private and public securities offerings.
Martin has over 25 years experience representing major financial institutions, closely held and publicly traded businesses, investment fund managers, investment banking intermediaries, individual investors, executives and management groups, and entrepreneurial ventures.
Amy focuses her practice on special needs planning, trusts and estates, personal injury settlement consulting, and elder law. She speaks to advocacy organizations on the importance of proper planning for families of children with special needs.
Steven’s practice is in private placements, initial public offering of stock, registered directs, mergers and acquisitions, and securities compliance. He has extensive experience in reverse merger transactions and public offerings of Special Purpose Acquisition Companies.
Elizabeth's practice is focused in elder law, guardianships, trusts and estates, special needs planning and asset protection. She is a frequent presenter to consumer and professional groups addressing the legal and financial issues affecting our senior population.
Mark is a corporate and securities lawyer, focusing in initial public offerings, private placements, securities compliance, mergers and acquisitions, and general corporate matters.
Stacy focuses her practice on special needs planning, special education law, estate planning and administration, trust administration, guardianships, elder law and public benefits advocacy.
Marion focuses her practice on special and general education advocacy. She has been certified as an impartial hearing officer for children with disabilities by the New York State Education Department.
Barry has represented individuals, publicly and privately held corporations as well as brokerage firms and registered representatives in various courts and arbitration forums. He also practices before arbitration and mediation tribunals.
Practice Areas: Corporate & Securities