Schnader Welcomes Three Attorneys to the New York OfficeOn July 22, 2014 by Schnader in Corporate
Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis LLP is pleased to welcome partners Richard G. Satin and Christian Moretti, as well as associate Nicholas B. Malito, to the firm’s New York City office.
“These accomplished lawyers complement and expand our firm’s capabilities in the securities, private equity, M&A, leasing and bankruptcy areas, while strengthening our already existing relationships with Italian entities doing business in the United States,” said Chris Carty, managing partner of the firm’s New York office.
Mr. Satin has extensive experience representing corporate issuers, private equity portfolio companies and investors in public and private debt and equity offerings, mergers and acquisitions, bridge and loan commitments, restricted securities and other securities law transactions pursuant to the Securities Act of 1933 and Securities Exchange Act of 1934. His clients range from early emerging growth/early stage development companies to complex multinational diversified manufacturers across a broad range of industries, including insurance, healthcare, telecommunications and technology. Mr. Satin was general counsel and chief operating officer of a medical device manufacturer for many years before returning to private practice in 2010. Mr. Satin is a member of Schnader’s Business Services department. He joins the firm from Meyer, Suozzi, English, & Klein, P.C.
Mr. Moretti has significant experience advising domestic and multinational companies in mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and cross-border corporate and commercial transactions. His practice includes a broad range of corporate matters including stock and asset acquisitions and dispositions, auctions, private placements, securities offerings, corporate reorganizations and private equity transactions, as well as general corporate advisory work. Mr. Moretti has represented prominent European and U.S. companies in a number of sectors, including banking and private equity, new media and technology, fashion, entertainment, health care, real estate and hospitality. He served as general counsel for the U.S. market leader in the diagnostic imaging contrast media market and represented other leading medical companies in their U.S. acquisition, corporate and other matters. In addition, Mr. Moretti has advised national and international retail, hospitality and real estate companies, sponsors and investors on wide-ranging commercial business matters and joint ventures for the development and/or acquisition of real estate projects throughout the U.S. He is a member of the firm’s Business Services Department and joins the firm from Carter Ledyard & Milburn LLP.
Mr. Malito concentrates his practice in bankruptcy, litigation and real estate. He represents clients in matters in federal and state courts, administrative hearings, and arbitration proceedings. He has widespread experience in complex bankruptcy cases where he represents both debtors and creditors. Mr. Malito’s broad civil litigation experience includes prosecuting and defending appeals, business torts, intellectual property disputes, claims for breach of contract, real estate disputes, construction claims, bankruptcy avoidance actions, claims for disability and employment discrimination, and mass tort claims. Mr. Malito represents national and regional clients in commercial leasing and retail property development, from the inception of lease negotiation to retail store launch. He is a member of the firm’s Business Services Department and joins the firm from Hofheimer Gartlir & Gross, LLP, following former Hofheimer attorneys Scott R. Kipnis, Cynthia G. Couch, Erika L. Jenkins, and Rachel N. Greenberger, who joined the firm in late June.