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Edith Fassberg
Charter Member
Corporate and Transactional Law

300 West 108 street, Apt. 14B, New York, NY 10015


Ms. Fassberg is an associate in Davis Polk\'s Corporate Department, practicing in the Capital Markets Group.

Patrick Foley
Featured Lawyer
Corporate and Transactional Law

18572 W Outer Dr, Dearborn, MI 48128, USA


Mr. Foley began his career in bankruptcy law, handling civil litigation, primarily creditor representation, fraud litigation, and adversary prosecution and defense work in the context of Chapter 7, 11 and 13 bankruptcies. Mr. Foley’s work also includes comprehensive Trustee representation, predominately in the context of Chapter 7 bankruptcy. Presently, Mr. Foley’s practice focuses on family law and complex civil litigation related to recovery for clients who have been economically or financially injured. Mr. Foley’s corporate practice includes representing small to medium companies and individuals in employment and deal negotiations, and contract review. He also represents individual clients in the areas of asset protection, estate planning, probate matters, and related elder law issues. In addition to maintaining his legal practice, Mr. Foley is a graduate of Detroit Catholic Central High School (2003) and remains active in alumni matters.

Thomas Fredericks
Charter Member
Corporate and Transactional Law

1900 Plaza Dr, Louisville, CO 80027, USA


Mr. Fredericks joined the firm as a partner in 2007, merging his practice from the law firm which he founded in Colorado in 1979. Mr. Fredericks has special qualifications to serve Indian Tribes in the capacity of legal counsel. He has served tribal government in an administrative capacity, and therefore has a good understanding of the day-to-day problems that elected tribal officials must consider. As a staff attorney and later as Director of the Native American Rights Fund, Mr. Fredericks was in a position to be an integral part of the overall legal strategy during the decade of the 1970s when the courts decided so many major Indian legal issues. Mr. Fredericks received his J.D. in 1972 from The University of Colorado School of Law, and his B.S. in 1965 from The Minot State University.

Martin Friedel
Charter Member
Corporate and Transactional Law

4610 S Ulster St, Denver, CO 80237, USA


Professional Experience Martin E. Freidel is a founding shareholder and managing director of NXTLAW PC and has been practicing law for over 30 years. Prior to forming the firm, for 17 years Mr. Freidel was a senior executive and general counsel for various public and private companies that ranged in size from $35 million to $14 billion in revenue. Mr. Freidels practice is concentrated in business organizations, transactional, mergers and acquisitions, securities and corporate governance.

Jay Friedrich
Charter Member
Corporate and Transactional Law

203 Godwin Avenue, Ridgewood, NJ 07450