Argilio Rodriguez Announces Formation of Restaurant & Nightlife Law Group
Industry: Legal Services
The New York City based law firm of Rodriguez Law, P.C. today announced the formation of a new practice group, which will be known as the Restaurant & Nightlife Law Group
New York, NY (PRUnderground) January 19th, 2015
The New York City based law firm of Rodriguez Law, P.C. today announced the formation of a new practice group, which will be known as the Restaurant & Nightlife Law Group, which will focus exclusively on the representation of restaurants, bars, and nightclubs, and other nightlife establishments. The practice group’s work will include labor & employment matters, litigation, liquor licensing, corporate & transactional matters, landlord-tenant disputes, and other issues.
“Rodriguez Law has represented restaurants, bars, nightclubs, and their owners for years,” said Argilio Rodriguez, the firm’s Founder and Managing Attorney. “That broad range of experience yields tremendous benefits for our clients, so the creation of a formal practice group is a logical progression for the firm.”
Now in its sixth year, Rodriguez Law (www.lawrodriguez.com) is a boutique business & employment law firm specializing in the representation of small to mid-size companies throughout New York City. In addition to employment, business, and commercial litigation in both state and federal court, the firm maintains one of the leading liquor licensing practices in New York. For additional information on the firm and its attorneys, contact Argilio Rodriguez, Esq. at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Rodriguez Law, P.C.
Rodriguez Law, P.C. focuses on handling high-stakes, complex matters in the areas of labor & employment, commercial litigation, and international litigation and arbitration. The firm also actively represents clients in the restaurant & nightlife industry. Argilio Rodriguez, Esq. is the firm’s Founder and Managing Attorney. He sits on the Board of Directors for the Dominican Bar Association and was recently appointed to the Restaurant & Nightlife Committee of the NYC Bar Association. He prides himself on being deeply involved in the advancement of the Latino business community throughout New York City and is a vocal advocate of immigrant rights.