Bond Names Two New Management Committee Members
January 10, 2023
(Syracuse, NY): Bond, Schoeneck & King announced that effective January 1, 2023, two members were elected to the firm’s management committee. Jennifer M. Schwartzott, resident in the firm’s Rochester office, and Sanjeeve K. DeSoyza, resident in the Albany office, joined the firm’s top leadership committee. Among other responsibilities, the seven-member committee manages and oversees the firm’s performance and provides overall long-range planning and strategy for the firm.
According to Kevin M. Bernstein, chair of Bond’s management committee, “We are excited to have Jen and Sanjeeve join this important committee. Both have shown leadership in their respective offices and will now be in a position to help the committee with overall firm guidance. They are both well-respected by their peers and will continue to be valuable firm leaders in their expanded roles.”
Jennifer M. Schwartzott is the deputy managing member of the firm’s Rochester office. She has more than 20 years of experience counseling clients facing significant litigation exposure and also serves as outside general counsel for multiple private and municipal entities, including more than a dozen school districts. She is also experienced in representing medical providers in medical malpractice lawsuits, professional discipline matters and commercial disputes.
Sanjeeve K. DeSoyza has decades of experience focusing on labor and employment matters. He serves as co-deputy chair of the firm’s labor and employment department and co-chair of the firm’s diversity committee. He represents employers exclusively and regularly appears on their behalf before federal and state courts, arbitrators, mediators and various government agencies in a broad array of matters.
Bond, Schoeneck & King PLLC is a law firm with 275 lawyers serving individuals, companies, nonprofits and public sector entities in a broad range of practice areas. Bond has ten offices across New York as well as offices in Florida, Kansas, Massachusetts and New Jersey.