Marcos & Sitaras | Construction Law

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Mr. Sitaras is admitted to practice in New York and New Jersey, where he regularly appears before state and federal courts and administrative agencies. He focuses his practice on commercial litigation and transactions, with an emphasis on real estate, construction, and commercial matters. Before founding M&S, Mr. Sitaras practiced with a highly-regarded commercial litigation firm in Manhattan, where he represented major construction companies and developers in New York and New Jersey on complex construction cases involving both public works and private construction projects. Mr. Sitaras has successfully represented contractors in claims against public agencies at the federal and state level, including the United States Department of the Navy, the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York, the New York City School Construction Authority, and New York City Housing Authority, among others. Mr. Sitaras also counsels clients on a variety of matters, including formation, structuring, organization and finance of business entities, as well as operational concerns, such as asset purchases and sales, mergers and acquisitions of closely held companies, franchising, copyright and trademark licensing, employment matters, and property and equipment leasing. Having represented both institutional and private lenders as well as borrowers, Mr. Sitaras offers formidable expertise in the areas of finance, real estate finance, and secured transactions. Having worked extensively in real estate management prior to attending law school, Mr. Sitaras draws on his business background to provide pragmatic advice. During law school Mr. Sitaras broadened his background in the courtroom by interning for the Hon. Michael H. Dolinger, Magistrate Judge in the Southern District of New York, and the Hon. Nicholas Tsoucalas, Senior Judge in the U.S. Court of International Trade.

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