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Thomai “Amy” Natsoulis

tnatsoulis@cuddyfeder.com 914 761 1300
Overview
Overview
Awards + Recognitions
Professional Associations
Presentations + Publications
Community Service
Extracurricular
Thomai, who is better known as Amy, is a partner who joined the firm in 2010. Amy’s practice involves commercial and residential real estate transactions, commercial lending transactions, leasing transactions, including solar and telecom leases, and various corporate matters involving formation, operating, employment and termination agreements.

Prior to joining the firm, Amy worked as the Staff Attorney for the Senior Citizens Law Program where she assisted senior citizens with a variety of legal matters. Amy also volunteered with the New York Legal Assistance Group just after graduating law school.

Education

  • Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, J.D.; 2009
  • State University of New York at Stony Brook, B.A., magna cum laude; 2006

Admissions/Courts

  • New York

Awards + Recognitions

  • Super Lawyers® New York Metro Edition Rising Stars; 2018-2020
  • Cardozo Dean’s Merit Scholarship
  • Senior Articles Editor for the Cardozo Journal of International & Comparative Law

Professional Associations

  • New York State Bar Association

Community Service

  • Volunteer with local church activities

Extracurricular

  • Amy enjoys spending time with her family, skiing, and traveling.

Thomai "Amy" Natsoulis

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My practice allows me to help people achieve their goals, whether by assisting them with purchasing their dream home, obtaining financing for a multi-million dollar development project, or starting that new business they’ve always wanted. –Amy

A NDA can be an important tool in real estate transactions for protecting one's confidential or proprietary information.
Cuddy & Feder LLP is pleased to announce that three of its attorneys have been selected to the 2020 Super Lawyers New York Metro Top Women list.
On December 16th, 2020, the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York issued an opinion in which the Court interpreted a force majeure provision as it relates to the COVID-19 pandemic.