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Craig Trainor represented me on a false arrest case in federal court. The police kept arresting me while I... more
New York  Craig Trainor

Craig Trainor

New York, NY Civil Rights
Avvo rating 8.2
I hired Mark Sherman to represent me in a case that involved multiple charges including, Evading... more
New York  Mark Daniel Sherman

Mark Sherman

New York, NY Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 10.0
Michael Joseph is representing me in a tort claim. He was very diligent researching the legal issues involved... more
New York  Michael Howard Joseph

Michael Joseph

New York, NY Personal Injury
Avvo rating 8.9
After getting an unfavorable decision from Social Security, Sara Kafshi took my case and got me a favorable... more
New York  Sara Kafshi

Sara Kafshi

New York, NY Social Security
Avvo rating 7.6
I've had the privilege of working with Mark in multiple fields of law. I like to say he is a "Jack of all... more
New York  Mark Montanaro

Mark Montanaro

New York, NY Speeding & Traffic Ticket
Avvo rating 7.6
Lois is a professional and caring attorney to whom I can refer clients and know that they will be well taken... more
New York  Lois Margaret Brenner

Lois Brenner

New York, NY Divorce & Separation
Avvo rating 8.3
Steve is a great corporate and securities attorney. He did our corporate work and helped our company raise... more
New York  Steven Anthony Behar

Steven Behar

New York, NY Business
Avvo rating 6.9
I would highly recommend Alla as a mediation lawyer. She is knowledgable and was very helpful in mediating... more
New York  Alla Roytberg

Alla Roytberg

New York, NY Family
Avvo rating 10.0


practicing lawyers in New York

New York City is known for its awe-inspiring sites, historical achievements, and diverse population.

One major milestone in New York City history is the founding of the stock exchange. The world’s biggest stock exchange NYSE began in 1792. History reveals that people began trading on 68 Wall Street beneath the shelter of a buttonwood tree. The first listed company was the Bank of New York, created when stockbrokers signed the Buttonwood agreement that decided the trading rules.

Since then, NYSE has a US$16.613 trillion market capitalization. This stock exchange is quite a milestone in New York financial history.

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