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Lee focuses his practice on representing a wide variety of individual and corporate clients in complex matters in both state and federal court, with niche experience representing clients in the restaurant, hospitality, and cannabis industries. He provides his clients with day-to-day counseling on employment-related matters and frequently holds client training sessions, webinars, and educational seminars.

Lee has additional experience with all aspects of commercial civil litigation, white-collar criminal defense cases, governmental investigations, and corporate compliance matters.

In addition to his practice, Lee is an adjunct professor of law at Brooklyn Law School, where he teaches an advanced course focusing on trial advocacy, evidence, and procedure. He also serves as a faculty advisor to the school’s Moot Court Honor Society’s Trial Advocacy Division and regularly coaches students and teams to local, regional, and national championships.


Prior Experience

  • Helbraun Levey, Managing Partner
  • Abrams, Fensterman, Fensterman, Eisman, Formato, Ferrara & Wolf, LLP, Partner

Selected Honors

  • Selected to Super Lawyers New York Metro: Employment Litigation: Defense and Business Litigation, 2022–2023
  • Selected to Super Lawyers New York Metro Rising Stars: Employment Litigation: Defense and Business Litigation, 2012–2021

Selected Media

  • Law360, "Barclay Damon Adds Ex-Helbraun Levey Managing Atty in NY"

Featured Media


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NYS Public Service Commission Formally Initiates Proceeding to Establish What Constitutes "Zero Emission" Under the CLCPA


NYS Appellate Court Dismisses Common Law Claims Against Contractor for Injuries Sustained by "Special Employee"


Child Victim Act Complaint Dismissed for Failure to Sufficiently Allege Special Duty

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