Deep-rooted legal expertise, quick turn-around and a practical approach to helping clients meet their legal needs.


Deep-rooted legal expertise, quick turn-around and a practical approach to helping clients meet their legal needs.


Asset Managers
and Private Funds

We advise established and emerging asset managers and private funds on a multitude of legal, regulatory and compliance matters such as fund formation, investment adviser registration and marketing considerations. In addition to serving as outside counsel, we also supplement stretched in-house legal departments to make businesses run more smoothly.
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Family Offices
and Investor Services

We assist family offices, institutional investors and individual investors with the often-daunting task of reviewing and understanding investment materials. We highlight any off-market investment terms, negotiate side letters and assist investors with completing subscription materials.
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General Corporate
and Business Law

We advise businesses of all sizes and in assorted industries on day-to-day legal, governance and compliance matters. We consider our clients’ business goals side-by-side with the legal and practical implications. Our experience includes drafting terms of service agreements, operating agreements and independent contractor/consulting agreements.
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About Us

Cohen Legal Practice is a corporate, financial services and asset management law firm based in Greenwich, Connecticut that provides excellent service, deep industry knowledge and a practical approach to helping clients meet their needs. With over two decades of relevant industry experience, Cohen Legal Practice can efficiently answer questions and deliver a high quality work product in an expedient and cost-conscious manner.




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Recent Developments

Regulation Best Interest and Form CRS

In June 2019, the SEC adopted Regulation Best Interest under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 and published interpretations impacting registered investment advisers.
Broker-Dealers and Investment Advisers must comply with Regulation Best Interest and Form CRS delivery requirements by June 30, 2020.

Connecticut’s “Time’s Up Law”

On June 18, 2019 Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont signed into law the “Times Up” Act which expands sexual harassment training requirements for all Connecticut Employers.

Our Blog

Time To Review Your Templates

During these unprecedented times, businesses are taking stock of their operations and financial viability. As part of this assessment, businesses should conduct a review of their contract templates and any other documents used in day-to-day operations.

Keep up to date with the latest developments at Cohen Legal Practice.


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