About Our Firm

Since the founding of Koss & Schonfeld, LLP, our attorneys have successfully represented clients in all phases of personal injury and commercial litigation as well as in a broad array of transactional matters. Our attorneys have earned a reputation in the legal profession as zealous advocates and consummate deal-makers.

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90 John Street, Suite 503
New York, NY 10038

Phone: (212) 796-8914
Fax: (212) 401-4757

Email: info@kandsllp.com

Jacob J. Schindelheim, Esq.

Jacob J. Schindelheim, Esq.

Since joining the firm in 2009, Mr. Schindelheim has been active in the firm’s litigation and real estate practices, handling all phases of litigation from commencement through trial and appeals. Prior to joining Koss & Schonfeld, LLP, Mr. Schindelheim spent several years as an associate at a well–known international law firm where he advised clients on corporate and commercial matters. Following his experience in private practice, Jacob accepted a position as an in–house attorney at an independent asset management firm where he broadened his experience by managing securities corporate litigation claims and handling all other legal investment management issues.

Education

J.D., St. John’s University School of Law cum laude, 2006

Honors

St. John’s Law Review, Articles & Notes Editor

Bar Admissions

  • State of New York
  • Eastern District of New York
  • Southern District of New York

Appellate Level Decisions

  • W. Oceanside Road, LLC v. Panorama Homes, Inc., 133 A.D.3d 845 (2d Dept. 2015)
  • Colon v. Corporate Bldg. Groups, Inc., 116 A.D.3d 414 (1st Dept. 2014)
  • Poter v. Adams, 104 A.D.3d 925 (2d Dept. 2013)
  • Rodgers v. Cucina & Co. A—The Cellar at Macy’s, 111 A.D.3d 543 (1st Dept. 2013)

Reported Decisions

  • Ehrenrheich v. Barber, 2017 NY Slip Op 30406(U) (Supreme Court 2017)
  • Sanchez v. 440 NINTH AVE., LP, 2016 NY Slip Op 30877(U) (Supreme Court 2016)
  • Navitas Group, Inc. v. Cermed Corp., Inc., 2013 NY Slip Op 32803 (Supreme Court 2013)

Published Articles

  • Co-Author with Shephard W. Melzer, Equipment Lenders and Lessors May Confront CERCLA Liability,” New York Law Journal, February 2008.