Richard M. Hendler established his private practice in New York City in September of 1993 after working at two of the largest law firms in the
United States. With his broad range of experience, he has the expertise and resources to handle many types of business-related legal matters
expeditiously. His premier full-service business law practice represents a wide range of clients in such industries as retail, real estate,
entertainment, fitness, manufacturing, trucking and warehousing, and computer technology. Richard Hendler has represented large-, medium- and
small-sized companies with revenue ranging from $10,000 to $15,000,000, developers, entrepreneurs, cooperative corporations, condominiums,
and individuals with everyday legal concerns.
In addition to running a successful private practice, he is a Clinical Associate Professor of Business & Entrepreneurial Law and Ethics at New
York University. At New York University, Richard Hendler is held in the highest regard by all of his students and the university community at
large for continually going beyond his teaching duties and becoming actively involved in all aspects of his students' education and well-being.
Outside of his practice and NYU, Richard Hendler speaks at seminars about current legal and ethical issues confronting the business community and lectures for leading Bar and CPA Exam Review courses. He is also active as a member of the Board of Directors of Justin's Cure, Camp
Pontiac Children's Foundation, and the NYU Alumni Association.
Richard Hendler graduated magna cum laude in accounting from New York University Stern School of Business and received his J.D. from
New York University School of Law.