Press Release: Kaufman Dolowich & Voluck More Than Doubles Its NYC Office Space, Moving to Larger Offices in New York’s Financial District
(New York, NY) — Kaufman Dolowich & Voluck LLP (KDV), a leading national law firm, today announced that it is moving its New York City office, doubling the amount of its current space. The move is designed to accommodate a growing staff and provide a more collaborative environment in which attorneys and clients can work together. KDV plans to move into the new space in early spring 2017.
“With our New York City office growing both in the number of attorneys and diversity of practice areas and with strategic growth planned for the firm, the move is designed to provide space for expansion, and, just as important, create an atmosphere where our attorneys and clients can meet, prepare for trial and work together on projects,” said Kevin M. Mattessich, managing partner of the KDV New York City office.
KDV’s New York City office handles a wide variety of practice areas including complex litigation, professional liability, labor and employment, insurance coverage, securities and financial services, cyber risk and maritime issues.
“These are exciting times for KDV as we commit to further our clients, our employees and the New York City financial district to build a dynamic, thriving legal practice in this amazing city,” said Michael A. Kaufman, co-managing partner, KDV. “This new space will allow us to focus on increased client demand and enhance our responsiveness to our clients’ needs.”
KDV is moving from just under 6,000 square feet of space at 60 Broad Street to a full floor at 40 Exchange Place which is 14,800 square feet. Newmark Holdings and Northwind Group, the building’s owners, are renovating the space which will include advanced technology and green initiatives, including offices for approximately 35 resident attorneys, offices for visiting attorneys, three conference rooms and a video conference system. The entire building is undergoing a major renovation, including a new lobby and common areas.