Coronavirus and Our Services
While we confront the COVID-19 pandemic, we continue to proudly serve our clients. Schwartz LLC was a pioneer in adopting cloud-based technology to enable a mobile and distributed team of talented individuals. We are working remotely from our respective homes, and are able to collaborate with our colleagues and clients through the use of Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and similar conferencing applications. We will also, when necessary, meet with clients in person by pre-arranged appointment, subject to required health protocols.
Our office is conveniently located in the heart of midtown Manhattan, near Grand Central Station.
( Please note, the main lobby entrance is located on 42nd Street )
By Appointment Only
107 Greenwich Street, Suite 2102
New York, NY 10006
Tel: (212) 938-0600
Fax: (212) 938-0601
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New Client Introductions
We would be happy to discuss how we can be of service to you. Schwartz LLC provides services mainly to private equity and hedge fund management firms, corporations, professional investors, asset management firms, financial institutions or family offices of high net worth individuals with the financial ability to bear the cost of our fees, and who are knowledgeable and experienced in financial and business matters. Almost all of our new clients are introduced to us by private equity firms, investment bankers, investment fund managers, financial institutions, private bankers, fund administrators, accounting firms, financial advisers, or other law firms (including many major U.S. and foreign law firms) with whom we have a longstanding relationship. In some cases, we have established preferential billing rates for clients introduced by certain service providers. If you are interested in exploring the possibility of having our law firm act as counsel for your firm or transaction, it is usually beneficial (though not required) to ask your service providers (such as a private banker, fund administrator, or another law firm) whether they can make an introduction.