Joel S. Rublin

Joel Rublin is a corporate partner in the firm's New York office. He has a broad transactional and corporate practice that includes counseling clients with respect to contract matters, cross-border finance, securities law, project finance, restructurings and pooled investment vehicles.

Mr. Rublin often provides a corporate perspective on complex dispute resolution, restructuring and other matters.

Good to know

Areas of Practice 1) Corporate, 2) Corporate Finance and Securities, 3) International, 4) Project Finance, 5) Bankruptcy and Restructuring, 6) Energy and 7) Energy Finance and Transactions
Law School New York University School of Law, (J.D., 1980)
Education Northeastern University, (B.S., 1977)
Bar Member / Association New York State Bar Association
Most recent firm Kelley Drye & Warren LLP
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