Klein, Solomon & Urbach, LLC
Klein, Solomon & Urbach, LLC was established on 1 June 2007.
Klein, Solomon & Urbach, LLP is a collaboration at the forefront of asset restitution and compensation litigation related to World War II and its aftermath. KSU is based in New York and Warsaw, Poland, and represents Holocaust Survivors and their heirs in property and art restitution claims. KSU provides an easy way for Survivors to register and detail their claims. The Warsaw office also conducts archival research to help advance individual claims, and lobbies government representatives with regard to restitution bills making their way through the Polish Parliament.
Klein & Solomon offers a full range of legal services to fulfill its clients’ business needs and goals. Its expertise covers all facets of commercial real estate transactions and litigation as well as the related disciplines of financing, real estate development and bankruptcy law. The firm regularly handles general commercial matters, complex commercial litigation and both commercial and residential real estate transactions. KSU, along with other leading New York law firms, commenced a class action lawsuit in the Eastern District of New York against the Republic of Poland to restore property rights to victims of the Holocaust.
Mel Urbach, Esq., is member of the Executive Committee in the Swiss banks litigation, and represents clients with banking, insurance, looted assets and child/slave labor claims as well as real estate claims in Poland and other countries.
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Among others contains restitution- and/or compensation-related materials.