Morristown-based law firm Riker Danzig LLP on Wednesday said it elected three new partners and appointed one new counsel, effective Jan. 1. Jeffrey Beer Jr., Rudy Randazzo and Jorge Sanchez have been elected partner and Hannah Greendyk has been promoted to counsel.
Riker Danzig’s newly-elected partners are:
Beer, a partner in the firm’s Insurance and Reinsurance Group and Class Action Group. Beer represents clients in a variety of insurance-related areas, including insurance coverage litigation, as well as class actions and other complex commercial litigation. He is an experienced litigator, appearing regularly before both trial and appellate courts. Beer serves on the firm’s hiring committee.
Randazzo is a partner in the firm’s Governmental Affairs Group. Randazzo represents private, public and quasi-public clients in complex government-related litigation. He also has significant experience in construction litigation, eminent domain, land use litigation and general real estate litigation.
Sanchez is a partner in Riker Danzig’s Commercial Litigation Group. Sanchez’s practice includes a variety of commercial litigation cases, with an emphasis on banking litigation and title insurance claims. He regularly handles title disputes, including claims and litigations involving mortgage fraud, forgery, mortgage priority disputes, boundary line disputes and quiet title and ejectment claims, lender liability claims and commercial foreclosures.
Sanchez serves as a trustee of the Hispanic Bar Association of New Jersey, and is a member of the firm’s Diversity Committee.
Greendyk was appointed counsel in the firm’s Corporate, Tax and Trusts & Estates departments, with extensive experience in corporate and tax counseling, particularly with respect to domestic and cross-border mergers & acquisitions and joint ventures. She is well-versed in the negotiation of stock and asset purchase agreements and commercial agreements, always with an eye toward the most tax-efficient structure. She also regularly counsels clients regarding entity formation and corporate governance.
Greendyk has a particular emphasis in the nonprofit space, where she counsels tax-exempt organizations regarding their unique tax and corporate concerns.