Paul H. Pincus

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Paul H. Pincus



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Paul Pincus is a partner at Ortoli Rosenstadt LLP and head of the firm’s staffing and employment law practices.

Paul’s practice focuses mainly on complex corporate, transactional, licensing and employment law matters for domestic and international companies.

Paul advises and assists international companies on establishing and expanding their operations in the U.S., and U.S. companies on expansion abroad. He also serves as outside U.S. general counsel to clients, providing day-to-day legal and business counsel on a variety of matters.

Paul is a highly experienced corporate and M&A attorney who has completed over 100 deals across a range of industries during the past 30 years. Paul’s counsel is sought by clients for his business sense, experience and deal making ability. He has written and lectured extensively before national and state trade associations on mergers and acquisitions, employment law and other topics. He has also lectured on mergers and acquisitions for several years at Columbia Business School, and has been a guest speaker on M&A issues for KPMG.

Paul is one of the leading attorneys in the country in the representation of staffing and IT firms, having represented on a national basis clients in the staffing and IT industries on a broad range of business, contract, licensing and employment matters for over thirty years. He was the first General Counsel of the New York Staffing Association and has served for the past 14 years as General Counsel of the New York, New Jersey and Connecticut Chapters of TechServe Alliance – the national trade association of the IT & engineering staffing and solutions industry.

Prior to joining Ortoli Rosenstadt LLP, Paul was for 22 years a partner at a boutique international law firm in New York City.


State University of New York at Stony Brook – B.S.,1972 with Departmental Honors.
Hofstra Law School – J.D., 1976. Member of National Moot Court Team.

Awards & Recognition

New York, 1977

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