Leveraging our collective expertise and capabilities in real estate, immigration, and complex litigation, we aim to provide client-centric legal representation and deliver superior outcomes in the greater New York City area.
Real Estate Transactions (Residential and Commercial)
Our real estate attorneys have the capabilities to handle all aspects of real estate transactions, whether you are buying or selling. We strive to form a coalition between the parties' legal representatives, bankers, and property inspectors to ensure that your real estate transaction settles properly and efficiently. Our clients include first-time home buyers, investors, and businesses.
With a record of winning at trials and appeals for our clients, we will enforce your rights in high-stakes cases. The litigation attorneys at Fong & Wong and Wu have handled matters across many areas, including complicated commercial disputes, residential and commercial landlord-tenant matters, criminal felony and misdemeanor trials, personal injury claims, employer-employee wage disputes, and family-based matters. Our clients include businesses, landlords, tenants, employees, and individuals spanning across all walks of life.
Immigration and Nationality
The immigration attorneys at our law firm have cultivated significant expertise to help you navigate the nuances of America’s immigration laws, and to help you realize your goals of living or working in the United States of America. Our clients include people seeking to come to America temporarily for work, travel or school, and we have represented clients who seek to immigrate to the United States of America on a permanent basis or are in Removal Proceedings in Immigration Court. Our attorneys will evaluate your situation to craft workable legal solutions that adhere to the industry’s best practices.
Our law firm has a longstanding practice dedicated to supporting entrepreneurs and their business endeavors. We have the expertise to assist our clients in negotiating complex commercial leases, franchise agreements, asset purchase agreements, and we help our clients create shareholder/owner agreements and partnership contracts. Our clients have spanned across industries ranging from food service, instructional, educational enhancement, childcare, wholesaler and retail businesses.
Edmond J. Fong, Esq.
Mr. Fong has vast and deep knowledge of residential and commercial transactions. Having represented countless clients over the span of his long and distinguished career, his practice focuses on real estate transactions, commercial leases, business and asset sale-purchase deals. He has earned the respect of colleagues in the legal community for his work. Mr. Fong is admitted to practice law in New York State.
Robert W. Wong, Esq.
Mr. Wong’s practice focuses on providing outstanding client outcomes in complex civil litigation, including commercial matters, residential and commercial landlord-tenant disputes, and unpaid wage claims. He has a longstanding record of success at trial, and his litigation skills have earned praise from his clients and the legal community. Mr. Wong is admitted to practice law in the State of New York, and the Federal courts (S.D.N.Y. and E.D.N.Y.).
Robert Wu, Esq.
Mr. Wu is a former money-laundering and white-collar crimes prosecutor serving in the highly-selective Office of the District Attorney, Kings County (NY). Prior to serving in law enforcement, Mr. Wu worked as a legal intern in the U.S. Department of Homeland Security – Immigration & Customs Enforcement, where he assisted the Trial Attorneys in the conduct of Removal Proceedings. His practice areas include criminal and civil litigation, immigration (affirmative and defensive immigration), and residential real estate transactions. Mr. Wu is admitted to practice law in the State of New York and before the U.S. Tax Court.
David B. Horowitz, Esq.
Mr. Horowitz has dedicated his career to refining his craft and approach in high-stakes litigation matters to achieve superior results for his clients. His practice areas focus on commercial disputes, landlord-tenant matters, personal injury litigation, and unpaid wage claims. Mr. Horowitz is admitted to practice law in the State of New York.
Shiying (Nicole) Cai, Esq. (Associate Attorney)
Ms. Cai is a highly knowledgeable and skilled attorney, and she focuses her practice primarily on the areas of residential real estate, commercial leases, and immigration law (affirmative and defensive applications). Ms. Cai has a demonstrated record of client service by achieving successful results for her clients. Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Cai served as an immigration paralegal in a New York City law firm. She is admitted to practice law in the State of New York.
Yan (Katherine) Liu, Esq.
Ms. Liu practices in the area of residential real estate transactions where she handles cases from intake to closing. Her practice areas also include negotiating leases, business sale-purchase transactions, and representing lenders in real estate loans. Ms. Liu joined the law firm's predecessor as Associate Attorney, and she is admitted to practice law in the State of New York.
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