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Steve Tarshis is a New York lawyer with an AV highest peer review rating from Martindale-Hubbell and has offices in both West Orange, New Jersey and Manhattan for his law practice. Additionally, he belongs to various bar associations for Essex County, New York State and American (Member, Sections on Real Property Probate Trust Law Corporate Banking and Business Law) law practices.
Early Life and Education
Tarshis held many roles with Riese over his twenty-year tenure, such as dishwasher, bartender, cashier, host waiter and relief manager. Additionally, he served on several management committees of their owned restaurants such as Brew Burger, Lindy’s London Derry Pub and Dunkin Donuts.
He holds degrees from Queens College of the City University of New York and Syracuse University School of Law, and is admitted to practice before courts in both states as well as before the United States District Court for New Jersey.
Outside the legal field, Mr. Tarshis is an enthusiastic horse owner and competitor in standardbred racing equine sport. Combining these interests into his life is what led to him joining Greenwood Young Tarshis & Dimiero as a partner.
Steven Tarshis is a New York and West Orange-based attorney, offering trial work and complex commercial litigation. His firm serves professional athletes to shape how the public perceives them.
He’s written guitar technique books and plays with the blues band Porkchop Willie. Additionally, he’s the author of “Teach Yourself Lead Guitar,” offering scales, fingerings and riffs as a teaching method.
Tarshis expanded into dressage several years ago when he purchased an Oldenburg gelding named Serengeti. Chumley trained and competed him, earning them both USEF bronze medals with their combined efforts toward USEF silver. They spend winter months in Wellington, Florida which allows him to travel with both horse and legal career concurrently.
Achievement and Honors
Steve Tarshis was an extraordinary guitarist renowned for playing alongside various celebrated musicians. Additionally, he published several guitar technique books and guides covering Jimi Hendrix and other prominent artists’ styles. Additionally, Steve Tarshis was honored to become part of the New York Blues Hall of Fame thanks to Pork Chop Willie band’s success.
As well as his legal practice, Mr. Stout is actively engaged in equestrian world as an owner of a standardbred horse racing team and passionate about volunteering his time to community service projects. Rated an AV by Martindale-Hubbell and having served two terms as mayor of Franklin Township New Jersey.
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Steven M. Tarshis is a partner in Greenwood, Young, Tarshis, Dimiero & Sayovitz specializing in trial law for civil and criminal proceedings as well as personal injury litigation and products liability claims. Additionally, he holds memberships with both Essex County and New Jersey State Bar Associations (Member, Real Property Probate Trust Law Section) as well as American Bar Association (Member Corporate Banking and Business Law).
He is known for writing several books for children and adolescents, such as Guy in Real Life; The Absolute Value of -1; and Brooklyn Burning. Additionally, he has published various guitar technique books.
He is best known as a member of Pork Chop Willie, and has since played alongside various musicians – some who are members of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame! Currently he plays with Steve Tarshis Trio.
Tarshis collaborates closely with clients and their advisors in creating estate planning documents, carrying out trust agreements and business reorganizations processes, as well as taking measures to reduce federal estate, gift, generation skipping tax savings and income tax savings. He also advises them on charitable giving strategies.
Tarshis was an accomplished guitarist in New York and served as an integral member of Pork Chop Willie, a respected blues band.
Tarshis also competed in dressage competition, working towards his U.S. Dressage Federation bronze medal with trainer Lauren Chumley. Dressage helped Tarshis gain greater appreciation of horses as individuals rather than tools used solely to win competitions.