The law firm of Reich Reich & Reich, P.C. traces its roots to its founding in 1933 by Sidney H.
Reich, Past President of the White Plains Bar Association, Past Chairman of the Westchester County Bar Association’s
Bankruptcy Committee and Past Chairman of the Zoning Board of Appeals of the City of White Plains.
The partnership of Reich and Reich was
formed in 1980 by Sidney H. Reich and his son, Lawrence R. Reich. After Sidney H. Reich passed away in
1990, the practice was continued by Lawrence R. Reich. The firm is now in its third generation, being carried
on as Reich Reich & Reich, P.C. by Lawrence R. Reich and his son, Jeffrey A. Reich.
Reich & Reich, P.C. is engaged in (i) representation of debtors and creditors in reorganization, bankruptcy
and insolvency matters; (ii) workout and restructuring matters; and (iii) commercial, real estate, estate planning and probate
matters. The firm has been awarded an AV (highest) rating by the attorney rating service, Martindale-Hubbell.
LAWRENCE R. REICH was admitted to the practice of law in New
York State in 1965, and is also admitted to the U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York and
the District of Connecticut. Education: B.A., Franklin and Marshall College (1962); J.D., New York University
School of Law (1965). Counsel to White Plains, N.Y. Urban Renewal Agency (1967-1980). Listed
in: (i) “Best Lawyers in America” for the specialties of Bankruptcy and Creditors – Debtors Rights Law;
(ii) the Best Lawyers List of New York area attorneys for New York Magazine for the same specialties; (iii) Westchester Magazine
(1/05) as one of the area’s “Best Lawyers” for the same specialties; and (iv) Strathmore’s Who’s
Who (2008). Recognized by Corporate Counsel Magazine in its selection of Top Lawyers: Bankruptcy and Creditor
Rights Law for 2010. Member (1978-1986) and Vice President (1986), Valhalla Board of Education.
Member: White Plains Bar Association (President, 1978), Westchester County Bar Association, National Association of
Consumer Bankruptcy Attorneys, American Bankruptcy Institute, and Justice Brandeis Law Society of Westchester. Lecturer
on bankruptcy and corporate reorganization issues before various bar associations and civic, law school, educational and business
groups. Co-author of “You Can Go Bankrupt Without Going Broke: An Essential Guide to Personal Bankruptcy” and of numerous published articles on bankruptcy and corporate reorganization issues.
JEFFREY A. REICH was admitted to the practice of law
in New York State in 2000 and is also admitted to practice in the U.S. District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts
of New York. Education: B.A., George Washington University (1992); J.D., Brooklyn Law School (1999).
Research Assistant at the Federal Judicial Center in Washington D.C. (1991-1997). Co-chair of the
New Lawyers Section of the Westchester County Bar Association (2003-2005). Co-Chair of the Bankruptcy and
Creditors Rights Committee of the Westchester County Bar Association (2005- ). Member: Westchester County
and White Plains Bar Associations; and Justice Brandeis Law Society of Westchester.
A. PASALIDES was admitted to the practice of law in the New York State in 2011
and is also admitted to practice in the U.S. District Courts for the Southern District of New York. Education: B.A.s University
of Albany (2005); J.D., Pace University School of Law (2011). Member: American Bankruptcy Institute, New York State, Westchester
County and Hudson Valley Bar Associations.