Commercial Litigation. He joined Stroock & Stroock & Lavan as a litigation associate in 1989. In 1999 he joined Kleinberg, Kaplan, Wolff & Cohen as an associate, and was made a partner at that firm in 2002. Ed joined the firm as Counsel in 2007. He was an active part of the firm’s successful representation of Lockheed Martin in a multi-year arbitration involving the ownership of and payment for two cutting-edge sea vessels built by Lockheed Martin. He was also involved in obtaining an attachment of assets in excess of $55 million in a proceeding involving complex issues of maritime jurisdiction, English law and procedural due process. Recently, he was instrumental in obtaining an injunction against the maritime attachment of a cruise vessel anywhere in the world, and in the firm's successful representation of a party seeking to obtain the vacatur of an adverse arbitration award in a wrongful employment discharge case.
University of Pennsylvania Law School (J.D., 1989)
Dartmouth College (B.A., 1986)
Represented Energy Impact Partners LP, a fund focusing on investments in technologies and projects that optimize energy consumption and improve sustainable energy generation, in connection with its investment in the parent company of BHI Energy, an industry-leading provider of specialty services and staffing solutions to support the daily operations, routine maintenance and capital investment requirements for the power generation, oil & gas, and electricity transmission & distribution end markets.