Six Cole Schotz PC attorneys were elevated to member, effective Jan. 1.
Heather Demirjian, Jenny Flom, Jacob Frumkin, Rachel Mongiello, Danielle Pasquariello and Robyn Pellegrino work out of the firm’s Hackensack office.
Demirjian is a member of the environmental department. She represents real estate developers, banking institutions, commercial, industrial and manufacturing operations, data centers, oil and gas companies, municipal utilities, and government entities in complex environmental matters.
Flom and Mongiello are now members of the litigation department. Flom focuses her practice on probate litigation, including guardianship actions, special needs trust litigation, and estate and trust litigation. She regularly works with clients in connection with divorce proceedings regarding issues related to guardianship and special needs planning.
Mongiello focuses on commercial litigation, antitrust, and white-collar criminal defense. She has experience assisting with government investigations into potential antitrust violations of a client’s competitor and evaluating and defending against civil and criminal fraud and antitrust claims for pharmaceutical and financial clients.
Frumkin is a member of the bankruptcy and corporate restructuring department. He represents debtors, secured and unsecured creditors across bankruptcy proceedings and out-of-court restructurings.
Pasquariello is a member of Cole Schotz’s real estate department. Her practice focuses on complex real estate transactions such as construction and permanent financing, acquisitions and dispositions, ground, retail, industrial and office leasing.
Pellegrino is a member of the corporate, finance and business transactions department, and a member in the firm’s real estate special opportunities group. She represents both purchasers and sellers in asset and stock sale transactions. She also represents borrowers and lenders in asset and real estate based credit facilities, debt acquisitions and divestitures and debt restructurings.