Fensterstock & Partners LLP focuses on representing clients in complex, high-stakes business disputes. We handle civil, white-collar criminal and regulatory disputes across the United States and the world.
We provide litigation expertise with better pricing and fewer conflicts than large firms. We developed our national reputation through courtroom successes in major tax shelter and accounting litigations, as well as work on the 1993 World Trade Center Bombing cases. We continue our success in all types of complex commercial disputes.
Since 1998, Fensterstock & Partners has provided expert advocacy before judges, juries, and arbitration panels throughout the United States and the world. We adhere to uncompromising standards, and partner with our clients to obtain optimal results. The firm traces its roots to 1941, when Assistant Attorney General for the State of New York Nathaniel Fensterstock wrote History of New York Social Welfare Legislation. Nathaniel — the father of the firm’s Managing Partner, Blair Fensterstock — instilled in him the sense of justice that animates the firm today.