“It’s very humbling to be placed among so many fine attorneys,” says Shore. “Just look at the other names.”
Shore, managing partner of Ganfer and Shore, LLP, co-founded the midtown Manhattan firm back in 1979. The boutique is widely known for attracting clients who are Fortune 500 companies, major real estate developers, brokerage firms and cooperatives and condominiums.
The firm has gained a reputation for being bold and innovative, with a willingness to fight hard with conviction for its clients.
“Ganfer and Shore plays with the heaviest hitters in town. We have no problem going up against any firm in the city. We have a pool of experience and collective knowledge that can take on any Manhattan law firm.”
In addition to the Top 100 honor for Shore, the firm also has an additional six attorneys who carry the distinction of being named Super Lawyers for their own excellence.
Shore has extensive experience in representing parties in complex commercial litigations and, in particular, in business, securities and real estate controversies.
“I’m a commercial litigator and in that area we try to come up with solutions that are out of the box. If we have a controversy, we try to find cost effective solutions immediately.”
Shore has come up with many novel approaches over the years and made new law in the real estate, securities and corporate contexts.
“This is a service industry and we make certain our clients get the best service possible. A day does not pass that I don’t return every phone call I receive. I speak to clients on weekends, sometimes 10pm at night. My partners do the same. We had a client who would text at 3am and my partner Ira Matestsky would respond. That’s the kind of attention we give.”
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