Eric M. Mencher joined the firm as a partner in April of 2000 and became of counsel to the firm in March of 2012. Prior to joining Moritt Hock & Hamroff, Mr. Mencher was a partner with Horowitz, Mencher, Klosowski & Nestler, P.C.
Mr. Mencher has extensive experience in all phases of corporate and commercial matters including corporate formation and structuring, transactions, employer/employee relations and general commercial contracts. He has also established a reputation for negotiation on behalf of nationally known companies and local closely-held businesses. Mr. Mencher approaches his clients’ business and daily operations with a practical understanding and in turn provides attentive, well-rounded legal counsel.
Mr. Mencher began his career at the New York firm of Baer, Marks & Upham and then was an associate with the transactional firm of Feit & Ahrens. Next, Mr. Mencher was a founding member of the New York law firm Siller, Wilk & Mencher LLP, before joining Horowitz, Mencher, Klosowski & Nestler, P.C.
Mr. Mencher has written and lectured on various business issues and was most recently published in the Nassau Lawyer. In addition, Mr. Mencher has served as a Special Professor of Law at Hofstra University School of Law.
Hofstra University, J.D. 1984
New York University, M.A. 1974
University of Rochester, B.A. 1972
Mr. Mencher is admitted to practice in New York.
Mr. Mencher is a member of the American, Nassau County and New York State Bar Associations.