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Gene Kazlow is the Senior Partner of Kazlow & Kazlow.
Born on January 21, 1937 in Brooklyn, New York, Mr Kazlow earned his B.A. at Brooklyn College in 1959 and his L.L.B. at the Brooklyn Law School in 1961. He was admitted to the New York State Bar in 1961 and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York in 1964.
He has been practicing law since 1961 and concentrates his practice in the areas of complex business litigation, commercial collections and business bankruptcy representation. He represents strictly creditor interests and has been involved in a number of cases resulting in multi-million dollar recoveries. His client list includes a number of publicly traded companies in a variety of industries.
Gene R. Kazlow is currently serving as one of six attorney members of the Board of Governors of the Commercial Law League of America, an international organization of attorneys and other professionals who are experts in the area of creditors' rights representation.
He is a member of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York and the American Bar Association, and the Board of Directors for the Brooklyn Law School Alumni Association.
Stuart L. Sanders has been practicing law since 1980, when he joined the Bronx County District Attorney's Office as an Assistant District Attorney in the Appeals Bureau, specializing in the argument of criminal appeals before the various state and federal appellate courts in the State of New York.
During that time, Stuart also served in the United States Army Reserve, including two years as an officer in the Judge Advocate General's Corps. In 1985, Stuart moved to Schenectady, New York, as the Chief Assistant District Attorney of Schenectady County. In that position, he supervised the investigation and litigation of thousands of criminal matters, and personally prosecuted felony cases at all stages. Forming his own law firm in 1988, Stuart practiced primarily in the areas of civil, commercial and criminal litigation, but also handled a wide variety of corporate and transactional matters. Since returning to the New York City area in 1994, Stuart has concentrated his practice in the areas of complex civil and commercial litigation. He came to Kazlow & Kazlow as a Senior Litigator in February 1998, and became the firm's Managing Attorney in April 2000.
Stuart is a 1979 graduate of the University of Chicago Law School. He was admitted to the New York State Bar, and the bars of the United States District Courts for the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York, in 1980. He was subsequently admitted to the bars of the United States District Courts for the Northern and Western Districts of New York, in 1981, and the bar of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, in 1982.
Ingrid Golemi, litigator with Kazlow and Kazlow; has been working for the firm for 4 years as a paralegal. Prior to joining Kazlow and Kazlow she also worked for 2 years as a paralegal for the firm of Shcheine, Furey, & Rosado, and Helen Dalton and Associates, specializing in worker's compensation, and personal injury law.
Ingrid is a graduate of Touro College, and was recently admitted to practice; member of the New York State Bar Association; areas of practice include contract disputes and general commercial collection. Speaks Italian, Albanian, French.
Steven started as a part time collector while attending Pace College where he studied accounting and business law. His duties are many and varied, the most important seeing that the office runs in an efficient and pleasant manner.
His capable running of the office and coordinating with the attorneys allows them the freedom of concentrating on litigating cases and spending more productive time in court.
He has learned the collection procedure from the very beginnings of a case to the completion and, most times successful, finalization. He is responsible for the heavy volume of correspondence with both clients and debtors, supervising the paralegal and support staff, handling all the financials, while still finding time for collecting and settling cases.