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In 2013, Ballard Spahr and New York City litigation boutique Stillman & Friedman joined in New York, creating a powerful force in white collar defense and securities litigation and enforcement. Since then, Ballard Spahr has expanded the office with the addition of attorneys noted for their work in real estate, antitrust, consumer financial services, and bankruptcy.


Our New York litigators represent prominent individuals, Fortune 500 corporations, financial services firms, and executives in high-stakes, high-profile cases. In addition to advising on white collar defense and securities litigation and enforcement issues, they handle significant antitrust matters, internal and external investigations, complex civil litigation, consumer financial services litigation, bankruptcy-related litigation, and professional liability matters.

Experienced trial attorneys, they try cases in federal and state courts across the country and before administrative tribunals and regulatory agencies, including the New York State Department of Financial Services and Office of the Attorney General. The team is particularly active in the U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, and the New York County Supreme Court—the courts in which so much significant civil and criminal litigation occurs.

In addition, the office is home to attorneys with recognized skill in real estate finance, consumer financial services, and bankruptcy, areas in which Ballard Spahr is nationally recognized for excellence. They advise many of the nation’s largest companies on commercial real estate transactions, corporate restructuring and the sale or acquisition of distressed assets, and auto finance and mortgage banking regulatory issues.

At Ballard Spahr, we believe our clients are best served by innovative solutions that spring from varied viewpoints and perspectives. And we are committed to creating a vibrant community where people of all backgrounds can thrive. Ballard Spahr is nationally recognized for its commitment to diversity and inclusion and ranked fourth in the nation for its percentage of women equity partners by The American Lawyer. The New York office supports various minority bar associations.

Pro bono service also is a hallmark of the firm, and our New York attorneys devote thousands of hours to pro bono cases every year.

Charles A. Stillman, Managing Partner
Julian W. Friedman, Managing Partner
Denise L. Plunkett, Administrative Partner
Marianne Johnson, Office Administrator
Ann Davies Kiss, Assistant Office Administrator


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From the East (From Long Island and Queens):

Take the Long Island Expressway West to the Midtown Tunnel. Once through the tunnel, take Third Avenue North, make a right onto 56th Street. You can enter building either from 55th or 56th Street entrances, off of Third Avenue.


From the south and west (Central NJ and PA):

Take the New Jersey Turnpike North to Exit 16, Route 3 to Lincoln Tunnel. Once through the tunnel, take 8th Avenue North and make a right on 56th Street. Continue east on 56th Street, just past Third Avenue. You can enter building either from 55th or 56th Street entrances, off of Third Avenue.


From Northern NJ:

Take the George Washington Bridge to Harlem River Drive which merges into the FDR. Take the FDR south to the 63rd Street exit. The first light is York Avenue, go left on York Avenue and make a right on 55th Street. Building is between Second and Third Avenues. Enter building at 55th Street entrance on right-hand side, off of Third Avenue.


From the North (Westchester):

Take the New York State Thruway (Route 87) South to RFK Bridge (formerly Triborough Bridge). Once over the bridge, take the FDR south to to exit 11 for East 53rd Street. Continue onto East 53rd. Turn right onto Third Avenue. Take the New York State Thruway (Route 87) South to RFK Bridge (formerly Triborough Bridge). Once over the bridge, take the FDR south to the 63rd Street exit. The first light is York Avenue; go left on York Avenue, make a right on 55th Street. Building is between Second and Third Avenues. Enter building at 55th Street entrance on right-hand side, off of Third Avenue.

**There is a parking garage on 56th Street, off of Third Avenue, across from our building. Traveling east on 56th Street, the garage will be on your left-hand side.

**There is a parking garage under our building on 55th Street between Second and Third Avenues. Traveling west on 55th Street, the garage will be on your right-hand side.


via subway:

From West of the City (Port Authority and Penn Station): Take the E train toward Queens and get off at Lexington Avenue. Exit the station near 53rd Street and Third Avenue. Walk northeast on 53rd Street to Third Avenue.

From Northwest and Southwest of the City: Take the 1,2,3 train to 34th Street or 42nd Street, transfer to the E train going toward Queens, and get off at Lexington Avenue. Exit the station near 53rd Street and Third Avenue. Walk northeast on 53rd Street to Third Avenue.

From East of the City (coming from Queens): Take the E train toward Manhattan and get off at the 53rd Street/Lexington Avenue station. Exit the station at the Lexington and 53rd Street exit. Walk northeast on 53rd Street to Third Avenue.

From Northeast and Southeast of the City: Take the 4,5,6 train to the 51st Street Station. Exit the station at Lexington Avenue and walk north on Lexington to 55th Street. Walk toward 53rd Street. Take 53rd Street to Third Avenue.


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Hotel Elysee (4 star hotel), 60 East 54th Street, New York, NY 10022; 212-753-1066

The Benjamin Hotel (4 star hotel), 125 East 50th Street, New York, NY 10022; 212-715-2500

Fitzpatrick Manhattan Hotel (4 star hotel), 687 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10022; 212-355-0100

Lombardy Hotel (3 star hotel), 111 East 56th Street, New York, NY 10022; 212-753-8600

Metropolitan Hotel (formerly the Loews New York Hotel), 569 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10022; 866-235-9330