Flaster Greenberg, a midsize commercial law firm, announced two new members of its Board of Directors as of January 1, 2024. New Board members Adam Gersh and Tami Bogutz Steinberg join Shareholders Michael Bonella, Joseph Klinicki, Jordan LaVine, Meghan Moore, David Neufeld, Steven Poulathas, and Michele Tarantino for the 2024 term.
"We’re excited to welcome Tami and Adam as new members of our Board of Directors. Tami has served on our Board in the past and brings a valuable perspective. Adam started at the firm as a summer associate, and we’re thrilled that he has risen so far as to now serve on our Board of Directors. Tami and Adam will bring a unique expertise and a fresh perspective to our daily work and working on the firm’s business goals,” said Jordan LaVine, co-managing shareholder and board member.
“Our Board of Directors is comprised of a dedicated and diverse team of attorneys committed to pursuing the firm’s strategic vision with the help of our experienced administrative management team. We thank our prior Board members who have rotated off the Board, Chris Merrick and Jeff Cohen, for their dedication and significant contributions to the firm.”
The two new board members are:
Adam Gersh is a shareholder in the firm’s Labor & Employment and Litigation Departments. He represents businesses and executives in employment and complex business disputes in the federal and state courts of New Jersey and Pennsylvania and before federal and state administrative agencies. Gersh regularly works with businesses to resolve related matters which include defending actions and claims by employees, negotiating with unions on behalf of management, addressing all aspects of non-compete agreements, drafting employment and separation agreements, planning for reductions in force, preparing organizations for federal and state wage and hour audits, guiding businesses as to OSHA compliance, arbitrating labor grievances, and representing management before the National Labor Relations Board.
Gersh also has experience litigating many types of employment disputes, including whistleblower, sexual harassment, age discrimination, race discrimination, gender discrimination, unemployment compensation and Family Medical Leave Act cases.
Tami Bogutz Steinberg is chair of the firm’s Business and Corporate Law Department. For over 30 years, scores of business owners, entrepreneurs and closely held businesses across a wide range of industries have turned to Steinberg as their trusted legal advisor. She represents businesses in all stages of their business life cycle, from formation through dissolution or sale. Her practice has a large focus on mergers and acquisitions, in addition to representing businesses in bank financings, joint ventures, partnership and shareholder transactions, contracting, dispute resolutions, corporate governance and private placements.
Steinberg works with business owners and C-level executives in identifying their needs and providing practical advice to guide them through the ever-changing business and legal environment, always with their desired goals in mind. She regularly functions as outside general counsel, providing oversight and counsel with the myriad of issues her clients encounter, including corporate, real estate, tax, employment, intellectual property, and litigation.