For more than three decades, our distinguished trial lawyers and corporate attorneys have represented businesses and individuals with respect to their most important legal matters. Our mission is to provide the highest standard of representation in the most cost-efficient manner.
Hoffman & Kessler LLP, formed in 2018, is an agile, responsive law firm that strives to add meaningful value to its clients' businesses. The firm’s practice is concentrated in commercial and intellectual property litigation, as well as corporate transactions and securities matters, including mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance and corporate governance, and a wide range of general business matters.
Jacob Stasny focuses his practice on matters involving private equity transactions and other complex business deals, business litigation, and commercial real estate, serving clients in a broad array of industries, including finance, healthcare, energy, technology, and manufacturing. Focusing on the representation of businesses, Mr. Stasny has navigated numerous debt and equity finance transactions, corporate acquisitions and divestitures, project finance transactions, commercial real estate transactions, commercial bankruptcies, and matters involving the formation, operation, and liquidation of virtually every type of business entity, in Texas, numerous other states, and offshore.
Richard S. Green, Of Counsel to Hoffman & Kessler LLP, focuses on corporate and securities matters, and providing practical, business-oriented strategic advice to clients. He has nearly 40 years of experience in complex transactions and corporate governance.
Richard’s transaction and negotiation experience includes mergers and acquisitions (enterprise values of up to $3 billion), private and public debt and equity financings – including initial public offerings, private equity and venture capital deals, joint ventures and partnerships, spin-offs and restructurings, and the development, financing and sale of infrastructure projects (including public-private partnerships), including power plants using both fossil fueled and renewable energy sources, port facilities, highways, bridges and transportation projects, and strategic transactions involving infrastructure businesses, including civil engineering firms, constructors and building materials suppliers.
Richard has been recognized in Best Lawyers in America (Energy Law), multiple years; Best Lawyers in America New York Lawyer of the Year 2015 (Energy Law); and Super Lawyers (Business/Corporate), multiple years. Richard is also a past Chair of the Energy Committee of the New York City Bar Association.