December 19, 2017 (NEW YORK) – Keisha-Ann Gray, Daryn Grossman and Amanda Nussbaum were ranked by Crain’s New York Business in the inaugural Leading Women Lawyers in New York City list.
Partner Amanda Nussbaum was recognized for her concentration in planning for and the structuring of domestic and international private investment funds. Amanda advises funds on investment activities and operation issues and not-for-profit clients on tax-related matters, including applying for and maintaining exemption from federal income tax. Amanda also counsels sports teams and leagues on a broad range of tax issues.
Crain’s New York Business noted partner Daryn Grossman for having served as a partner liaison to the Proskauer Women’s Alliance, a resource affinity group for the Firm’s women lawyers. As co-chair of Proskauer’s global Corporate Department and co-head of the Firm’s Life Sciences Group, Daryn works with clients in fields ranging from life sciences, software and electronics to retail, fashion and entertainment to design and negotiate complex technology and intellectual property transaction structures.
As a partner in the Labor & Employment Law Department, co-head of the Policies, Handbooks & Training Group and former co-head of the Employment Litigation & Arbitration Group, Keisha-Ann Gray focuses her practice on civil law with an emphasis on litigating highly-sensitive employment discrimination cases. She is respected for her victories in both state and federal courts. Keisha-Ann is also recognized as a highly regarded mentor to up-and-coming junior lawyers.
For this distinction, Crain’s New York Business selected lawyers who break barriers and fight discrimination, and just happen to be women.