Coopersmith & Coopersmith
About Coopersmith & Coopersmith
A boutique New York City law firm for three generations. In 1932, at the height of the Great Depression, Irving “Bob” Coopersmith graduated from New York University Law School. His only job offer was clerking for $5 a week, the going rate for law school graduates during the depression. Irving, who was never known for risk-taking, believed he could do better. He “hung out a shingle” and founded Coopersmith & Coopersmith, which has continued to serve clients for over 80 years.
Once a client comes to Coopersmith & Coopersmith they rarely leave. Coopersmith & Coopersmith will assist many clients’ legal needs including trademarks, contracts, partnership and shareholder agreements, employment contracts among many other matters. In order to provide the highest quality legal services, if a matter falls outside the firms expertise, Coopersmith & Coopersmith will refer a client to a highly qualified attorney in a specialized boutique firm with whom they have a professional relationship.