Bespoke. As a smaller “boutique” law firm, we leverage our ability to be more nimble, more creative, and more cost-effective than larger firms. Tenzer and Lunin’s attorneys have the experience, expertise and knowledge of big law, but with a personalized and responsive relationship with our clients. We have found that larger firms often have specialized attorneys working on separate aspects of a transaction, acting as independent silos that do not understand the full picture of a transaction. Each attorney involved in a matter at Tenzer and Lunin is involved in every aspect of that matter. We listen to your needs and goals, and we adapt as those evolve over the course of our representation. We work to modify and refocus client goals when needed, and we work even harder to accomplish those goals. This recipe has established client relationships that have lasted decades, and has enabled us to not only meet but exceed the needs and expectations of clients who we hope will continue to consult with and rely on Tenzer and Lunin over the decades to come.
Marvin Tenzer founded Marvin L. Tenzer P.C. in 1978. Scott Lunin began working with Marvin soon after. Together they formed Tenzer and Lunin LLP in 1997, and since then the firm has continuously sought to provide the highest level of services in an array of areas that best caters to our clients’ legal needs.
Principally, the firm has become a brand name in health care law, known as a preeminent boutique law firm with a focus on clients in the long term care industry. In an industry that is ever-changing, clients need to be able to react and respond to shifts in the regulatory landscape in a timely manner. That’s why we stay close to the pulse and ahead of the curve, apprising our clients of the latest and constant developments, both regionally and nationally.
With time, the firm has also built out from its core practice and has developed a distinguished reputation representing clients (i) more broadly in the health care industry, such as physicians and other care providers, and (ii) beyond the health care industry with its services for corporate, real estate, finance, technology and litigation clients.