This is where you’d expect to see reviews from various websites attesting to how incredible we are and how much clients love us. We would then tell you how focused we are on providing “individual attention” while also “zealously advocating on your behalf” and, my favorite, “finding cost effective solutions to your legal issues.” You’re not going to find that here. It’s not who we are and we think enough is enough when using vague language to express… we’re not sure what exactly.

If you really want to check out reviews, here they are (Yelp, Avvo, and Google). We’d ask you to disregard those. The good and the bad. Why? Because we think they’ve become quite meaningless.

I’ve been selected to the New York City Metro Rising Stars List for Super Lawyers for 3 years in a row. It sounds fantastic, but I’ve no idea what it means. I can, however, buy a prominent plaque for several hundred dollars and put it on my office to impress clients (I won’t.)

I’m rated a “10/10 Superb” on I’m also a 2015 Client’s Choice winner. I can assure you there are many like me, and this isn’t like getting an Oscar for Best Actor (although that may depend on some lawyers you know).

This isn’t a humblebrag. It’s the way we feel about attorney advertising, and the things clients should actually expect from attorneys when they hire them.

You want an “tough, aggressive” attorney? Move on. We deal with Bankruptcies, NYC home purchase and sales, and small business matters. We’ve never found a need to be “tough” or “aggressive” and, if we did, it would likely cost you more. Want proof? Over the past 9 years, we’ve closed hundreds of Real Estate transactions in New York ranging from $300,000 to $6,000,000 successfully. We’ve filed hundreds of Bankruptcies and erased tens of millions of dollars of debt without so much as cursing at anyone or saying “Do you know who I am ?” We think our clients appreciate the results (which we don’t guarantee, nor could we) we bring, much more than just playing the part of some attorney they’ve seen on TV.

Lastly, we’re likely not going to be the most inexpensive attorneys you speak to. We understand price is an important factor, but our clients typically don’t think it’s the most important factor in selecting an attorney. We may charge more, but we believe our representation brings our clients value. We take a personal interest in every single transaction we close, in every Bankruptcy we file, and every small business we help get off the ground. There will never be a moment where you won’t know what’s happening with your case. We built our reputation on that.

If that’s important to you, we’d be glad to talk.

Daniel Gershburg

Gershburg Law, P.C.

Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, Daniel Gershburg always had an entrepreneurial spirit. After graduating New York Law school, Daniel immediately opened the doors to his own law office, hoping to change the way small attorneys are perceived. Besides being the Owner and President, Daniel is involved in various not for profit and Pro Bono initiatives including the Brooklyn Bar Association Volunteer Lawyers Project, and He teaches Bankruptcy and Real Estate law for various CLE providers, including LexisNexis, and


Neelam K. Singh, Esq.

As of counsel to our firm, Neelam Singh has been advising clients on business law matters for ten (10) years. Applying a holistic approach to a business’s legal needs, Ms. Singh provides effective legal counseling as it pertains to corporate governance, contract, intellectual property, employment, labor, intellectual property, marketing/advertising, anti-trust and entertainment law. She serves in an in-house capacity to many businesses advising them on their general legal needs.

As a small business owner herself, Ms. Singh understands the concerns and challenges facing entrepreneurs and start-ups due to limited resources and financial constraints. Ms. Singh especially enjoys working with small businesses to offer them effective, yet real, practical and feasible solutions to her clients’ legal needs.

As a former litigation attorney, Ms. Singh is effective in handling pre-litigation disputes and negotiating settlements. She is admitted to practice in the state and federal courts of New York and New Jersey. She graduated from Rutgers School of Law- Newark in May 2005.

Ted Geiger

Ted Geiger has been assisting clients with litigation matters for over ten years, with extensive experience representing individuals and businesses in commercial litigations, real estate disputes, adversary proceedings and other contested bankruptcy-related matters, as well as appellate matters.

As an advocate, Mr. Geiger is an experienced, results-oriented litigator focused on providing practical, creative and cost-efficient solutions to your legal needs. No matter what type of litigation he is assisting you with, his focus is on aggressively representing your interests in the courtroom and at the negotiating table.

Mr. Geiger is admitted to the state and federal courts of New York, as well as the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. He graduated from Columbia Law School in May 2006.

Arielle Virgona

Senior Paralegal

Arielle is a seasoned New York City senior real estate paralegal. She ensures that clients know exactly what to expect from deal inception through closing and that transactions runs smoothly. Arielle has handled well over a thousand NYC closings and ensured they all closed successfully. She has years of experience with more detailed real estate matters such as 1031 exchanges, FIRPTA, and FinCen.

Arielle currently resides in downtown Brooklyn, enjoys traveling, trying new restaurants in the city and yoga.