Kleinberg Kaplan Adds 2 New Members

Jan 26 2012 | 8:07am ET

New York-based law firm Kleinberg, Kaplan, Wolff & Cohen has named Kelly E. Zelezen and Euchung Ung members of the firm, effective January 1, 2012.

“Kelly and Euchung are tremendous assets to our firm and our clients,” said Andy Chonoles, Kleinberg Kaplan’s managing partner. “Their dedication to the practice of law and to delivering exceptional results reflects the firm’s commitment to cultivating our attorneys’ talents to provide the highest-quality service to our clients.”

Zelezen joined the firm in 2006 and concentrates her practice on the asset management industry, where she advises managers of hedge funds, private equity funds and separately managed accounts. She counsels private investment funds on all aspects of their formation and ongoing operations and her practice also includes compliance matters.

Ung joined the firm in 2008, and practices in the firm’s real estate group. Ung advises real estate investors, owners and lenders on transactions involving the acquisition, disposition, development, management, and leasing of office, retail, commercial and hotel properties nationwide. He also has a strong practice in real estate finance.

Kleinberg, Kaplan, Wolff & Cohen represents clients in transactional, regulatory, trusts and estates, tax, real estate, litigation and securities matters. 


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