Brandon S. Lisogorsky is an Associate in the Corporate Law Department of Meyer Suozzi.
Brandon’s practice is focused on representing public and private company clients in connection with general corporate matters including stock and asset acquisitions, mergers and consolidations, recapitalizations, and other business reorganizations. Brandon also advises corporate clients with respect to their corporate governance matters, operational issues, securities matters and financing arrangements.
Prior to joining Meyer Suozzi, Brandon worked as an attorney in a Long Island-based law firm in the Corporate Department. He was also a consultant, preparing tax returns for Real Estate Investment Trusts. During law school, Brandon interned in the legal department of an international trade and customs law firm, as well as in the tax department of a multi-focused law firm.
Brandon received his J.D. from the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University, his M.S. in accounting from C.W. Post – Long Island University, and his B.S. in accounting from the University at Buffalo.
While at Hofstra Law, Brandon was a member of The American College and Estate Counsel Law Journal and served as a Senior Articles Editor. He was also a teaching assistant and a member of the Hofstra Tax Law Society where he participated in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program. During his time at Hofstra Law, Brandon participated in both the Community & Economic
Development Clinic and the Health & Policy Law Clinic.