ABRAMS FENSTERMAN WELCOMES MARK C. FANG ESQ. AS OF COUNSEL TO WHITE PLAINS OFFICE


Former Assistant Attorney General of the State of New York and Assistant District Attorney of Westchester County, Mark Fang,

Continues to Influence the Asian-American Community

White Plains, N.Y., August 16, 2021 – Abrams Fensterman is proud to announce that Mark C. Fang, Esq. has joined the firm as Of Counsel and as a member of the appellate, civil litigation, municipal, and labor and employment law practice groups. Mr. Fang brings more than 25 years of experience practicing law and actively serves as a member of the Asian American Bar Association of New York. He will continue to serve as an advocate for the Asian-American community at Abrams Fensterman’s White Plains office.

Mr. Fang is an experienced and practical litigator representing clients in a wide range of industries such as business, insurance, real estate, and labor and employment disputes. He has held a variety of distinguished positions over his career practicing law including Assistant Attorney General of the State of New York, Assistant District Attorney of Westchester County, and Counsel to the Consumer Affairs Committee of the New York City Council. Mr. Fang is a Lieutenant Colonel in the Judge Advocate General Corps of the United States Army Reserve and a veteran of the nation’s War on Terrorism.

From 2016 to 2017, Mr. Fang was the Director of the Westchester County Department of Consumer Protection, managing a staff of inspectors and investigators in the enforcement and compliance of state and county consumer protection laws, and the county’s home improvement contractor licensing program. Prior to this, from 2012 to 2016, Mr. Fang was the Executive Director of the Westchester County Human Rights Commission, where he led the countywide government agency responsible for the enforcement and administration of the county’s Human Rights Law and Fair Housing Law. In recognition of his expertise in employment and human rights laws, and in addition to his law practice, Mr. Fang was named Executive Director of the Office of Human Rights and Affirmative Action of the City of Yonkers - a position he maintains today.

“I’m honored and privileged to bring my litigation experience and skills to the team at Abrams Fensterman,” said Mark Fang. “I’m consistently impressed with the passion and dedication their team emulates in their work, and their work ethic perfectly coincides with my own. You are going to be hard pressed to find a better group of qualified, experienced, and passionate attorneys than the team at Abrams Fensterman.”

With the addition of Mark Fang, the law firm Abrams Fensterman continues to grow its wealth of knowledge and expertise. The firm offers the legal advice of over 115 attorneys in a multitude of practice areas including health care law, mental health law, matrimonial and family law, and real estate law.

“Mark is a tireless advocate for his clients and his extensive experience will be a tremendous asset to our already established employment and labor law team in White Plains” said Judge Robert A. Spolzino.

“All of us at Abrams Fensterman are excited that Markis joining us,” said Howard Fensterman, Managing Partner at Abrams Fensterman. “We believe someone with his level of experience, and his particular background in consumer protection, human rights and fair housing will help our firm succeed and expand its services even further in Westchester County.”

About Abrams Fensterman Law:

Abrams Fensterman is a multi-faceted, full-service law firm that currently has more than 115 attorneys in five New York based offices – Lake Success, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Rochester, and White Plains. The White Plains team currently represents a broad range of business, government, and individual clients in and surrounding Westchester County and New York City. Learn more about their practice areas at abramslaw.com.

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