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Sheldon Eisenberger Joins Anderson Kill’s Litigation Practice as a Shareholder

Sheldon Eisenberger, a veteran corporate litigator, has joined Anderson Kill P.C. as a shareholder in the firm's New York office.  He comes to Anderson Kill from a New York based boutique firm.

Eisenberger has over 30 years of experience representing clients in sophisticated commercial disputes involving bankruptcy, estates and trusts, finance, real estate, securities, tax, and white-collar defense. He has tried many cases to conclusion in a wide array of venues including U.S. Di

Tanner "Bryce" Jones Joins Anderson Kill’s New York Office as a Shareholder


Tanner Bryce Jones, an experienced versatile litigator, has joined Anderson Kill’s New York office as a shareholder. He concentrates his practice in commercial litigation, judgment enforcement, and employment law.

Mr. Jones comes to Anderson Kill from a boutique litigation firm that he founded in 2018, where he quickly built a significant book of business serving small and medium-sized businesses.  As managing director, he developed and executed litigation

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Slate Magazine

You might think being part of the worst hack in Twitter’s history would be a blight for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, which were already associated with scams, grifts, and general sketchiness. Or, if you happen to own some, you might see it as a vindication.

On Wednesday afternoon, a hacker or hackers hijacked dozens of the platform’s most prominent accounts—including those belonging to Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos, Barack Obama, and Kany

Rising Star: Anderson Kill's Raymond A. Mascia Jr.



With wins under his belt representing the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey in an asbestos coverage suit against AIG and obtaining Superfund site coverage for Siltronic Corp., Anderson Kill PC's Raymond Mascia has been named one of the insurance attorneys among Law360's 2020 Rising Stars.


Mascia told Law360 that the biggest case he's been a part of was defending the Port Authority of