Reich, Sheryl E. - New York, NY

1841 BroadwaySuite 910New York, NY 10023

Updated: 02/23/2017

New York Complex Civil and Criminal Litigation Lawyer


Sheryl E. Reich has been practicing in the areas of complex civil and criminal litigation for over thirty years. During that time she has been associated with several major solo practitioners in the field of criminal law, as well as with Cravath, Swaine & Moore as a litigation associate.  She has worked with Gerald Lefcourt since 1989.  During her tenure, she has been involved in every phase of many significant cases, from grand jury investigation through trial and appeal.


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