Thomas G. Huszar is a partner in the firm’s Corporate, Securities & Financial Services Practice Group, resident in the Manhattan office.
Mr. Huszar represents public and private companies in a broad spectrum of business transactions and in support of operational matters. He acts as general counsel to many of his clients and is often the primary source of outside legal support. He is actively involved in helping clients develop and implement strategic business initiatives.
Mr. Huszar has counseled a wide array of clients including early stage companies, family-owned and closely held businesses, nonprofits and large multinational corporations. He also has significant experience in working with high net worth individuals as private counsel and as counsel to portfolio companies for private equity funds.
In addition, Mr. Huszar regularly advises business owners, lenders and investors on formation, governance, structure and financing issues. He also frequently advises Boards of Directors and business managers on matters relating to risk management and litigation avoidance.
His clients are active in a wide range of industries including light manufacturing, distribution, real estate finance and development, property leasing and management, banking, fine art, e-commerce, food and beverage, professional services, luxury goods and construction.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Huszar was counsel at Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP. Earlier in his career, he was associated with the corporate and capital markets departments at Jones Day and Parker Chapin LLP where he practiced in the area of mergers and acquisitions.
Washington University School of Law, J.D.
Washington University John M. Olin School of Business, M.B.A.
University of Connecticut, B.A., magna cum laude
Mr. Huszar is admitted to practice in New York and Connecticut.
Mr. Huszar is a member of The New York City Bar Association and the Long Island Committee for the New York Chapter of the Association of Corporate Growth. He is also actively involved with the Long Island Division of the March of Dimes.