Weber Law Group looks toward the future; Names Tamir Young, head of litigation
Melville, New York According to Weber Law Group (WLG), Tamir Young has joined the firm as partner and head of litigation. A highly skilled attorney with exceptional litigation experience, Young joins WLG after eight years of senior litigation practice at Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP, where he represented and advised some of the largest public and private corporations in the world in numerous high-profile matters including the largest securities class action ever to go to trial. He has extensive commercial litigation experience in federal and state courts throughout the United States and has participated in numerous trials and arbitration proceedings. Young also enhances the entrepreneurial culture at WLG as the founder of a company that developed a workforce efficiency, web-based software application for law firms.
"With the hiring of Tamir Young, WLG expands our ability to provide exceptional legal services to public and private real estate, high-tech, industrial, manufacturing and retail companies throughout the region," said Morton Weber, Co-Founder, Weber Law Group. Added Bram Weber, Co-Founder of Weber Law Group, "We are building the best young team of legal talent to service the New York metropolitan region. We intend to lead the next generation of the legal community."
"The legal industry is changing. Companies large and small are seeking more specialized and cost-effective solutions to meet their legal needs," explained Tamir Young, director of litigation at WLG. "We are growing a regional practice here that delivers the same high-quality work product and accessibility that clients have to come expect from large law firms, but we do so at a better value and with enhanced personal service. Weber Law Group is perfectly positioned to lead this trend."
Young received his Juris Doctorate from George Washington Law School and his B.A. from Penn State University, where he was a University Scholar and member of the Big Ten Championship men's soccer team.
Story ran in the Long Island section on 03/12/2013