Lake Success, New York
516-358-6900 (Toll Free)
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Seni Popat, Esq. is an associate at the Law Office of Cohen & Jaffe, LLP, where he practices primarily in the areas of Bankruptcy law, Personal Injury law, No-Fault Insurance law, Real Estate and Business Law. Mr. Popat is actively involved with drafting and arguing motions, litigating and trying cases, managing bankruptcy cases through the entire bankruptcy process, including settlements and litigation, preparing and filing complex bankruptcy petitions, attending conferences in both, State and Federal Court, and representing clients at arbitration and mediation negotiations. Seni takes the extra steps necessary to attain and ensure the most favorable results to those he represents.
Moreover, he earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Management & Administration in Nassau County at Hofstra University and his Juris Doctor in Suffolk County at the Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, where he graduated at the top of his class, receiving an Academic Merit Scholarship, and was placed on the Dean’s list. Also, throughout law school he was a part of the Real Estate Law Society, Foreclosure Assistance Program, President of the Multi-State Alliance South Asian Legal Advocates, E-board member of the Intellectual Property Law Society, and a member of the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity. Additionally, he has studied Comparative International Law in China, contributes to several social media websites, and is fluent in Hindi. Furthermore, Mr. Popat has fulfilled the role of a Legal Extern at the law firm of Davidoff Malito & Hutcher, LLP., in chambers at the Nassau County Supreme Court, Commercial Division, for the Honorable Timothy S. Driscoll, and a Volunteer at the Queens Volunteer Lawyers Project.
He’s a bright, experienced, and talented attorney committed to working passionately on any matter presented to him. Mr. Popat is admitted to practice law in the State of New York and New Jersey. Additionally, he is admitted to practice law in Federal Court, both in the Eastern and Southern District of New York.