Lubin Reyna

Reyna Lubin

Reyna Lubin is a powerful advocate of justice and is dedicated to standing up for her client’s rights. She is a highly sought-after trial attorney and has successfully tried a broad range of discrimination matters throughout the nation’s state and federal courts. She represents individuals and non-profits injured by wrongful conduct. Her areas of practice include employment law, disability discrimination, sexual abuse, and fair housing matters.

Reyna has successfully obtained numerous favorable outcomes and verdicts for her clients. Her recent successes includes obtaining multiple six-figure settlements for clients subject to unlawful discrimination, retaliation, and termination by their employers; successfully defending summary judgment motions in federal court for clients who were subject to sexual harassment by their employer, obtaining a verdict in favor of a deaf client who was wrongfully discriminated against by a national career fair; obtaining multiple verdicts in favor of fair housing organizations against assisted living facilities for wrongfully discriminating against disabled individuals; and obtaining dozens of public consent decrees that seek to ensure equal housing for all.

Before joining the firm, Reyna was an Assistant District Attorney at the Kings County District Attorney’s Office. At the DAs office, Ms. Lubin handled over 2,000 cases involving intimate partner violence, including crimes of murder, sexual assault, firearm possession, unlawful dissemination of intimate images, and numerous other offenses. She earned her degrees from Louisiana State University. In law school, she inducted to the Wex Malone American Inn of Court for her exceptional trial advocacy skills. In college, she was a Division I student-athlete on the women’s soccer team

Reyna is a regular speaker on issues relating to sexual harassment and fair housing matters.

Quinn Mike

Michael Quinn

Michael Quinn is a partner at Eisenberg & Baum, LLP where he heads the firm’s Arts & Culture Practice Group that specializes in working within all creative disciplines.

Michael advises Arts & Culture clients on legal, business and private matters including:

  • artist-gallery relations;
  • commercial licensing and usage rights for art works and artists;
  • acquisitions and divestiture of art objects;
  • estate planning and administration of trusts, estates and family collections;
  • business management;
  • intellectual property disputes; and
  • public relations and advocacy management.

Michael is a founding board member of P.A.I.N.( and he serves on the board of SculptureCenter ( He has commented and contributed his expertise in various publications, including The New York TimesThe Wall Street JournalVariety, and The Guardian. Michael is a graduate of Cornell University and the Albany Law School.

Arts & Culture Practice

Eisenberg & Baum serves the multifaceted needs of Arts & Culture clients ranging from drafting complex contracts and advisory to overseeing production and execution of artist projects.

What We Do

Trust & Estate Planning

We regularly advise clients on all aspects of legal and tax issues related to estate planning, and in postmortem administration.

Transactional & Advisory

We approach transactional work holistically, recognizing that every issue and negotiation is unique but interconnected.


We proficiently defend the rights of artists and cultural organizations.

Alcalde Adriana

Adriana Alcalde

For the past 20 years, Adriana Alcalde has helped victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, police misconduct, human trafficking, and child pornography. Adriana Alcalde was a prosecutor with the Broward County State Attorney’s Office in Ft. Lauderdale Florida. There she spent time in the Homicide, Special Victims, Sex Crimes, Crimes against Children, Domestic Violence and Public Corruption Units. She prosecuted individuals charged with Murder, Capital Sexual Battery, Lewd Molestation, Human Trafficking, Computer Crimes, Child Abuse and a myriad of other crimes.

During her time with the Homicide Unit, she never lost a murder trial. She was also charged with prosecuting police officers and public officials accused of official misconduct and corruption.
She has taught Law School Seminars instructing young lawyers in trial and litigation skills. She is a regular speaker on issues relating to civil remedies for victims of sex crimes or police misconduct. Ms. Alcalde has also been a commentator on national and local networks, commenting and discussing legal issues and her own cases. She earned an undergraduate degree in Political Science from Florida International University and her J.D. from the University of Miami School of Law. She has tried over 150 jury trials in state and federal courts and both criminal and civil trials.

She now leads a team of lawyers at Eisenberg and Baum handling civil cases for survivors of sex crimes.

Adriana Alcalde in the Media


The highest regard

There are few things as frightening to a parent as having to deal with the aftermath of one of your children being preyed upon by a sexual predator. It’s our job to protect our children from the worst the world has to offer, but sometimes things happen beyond our sight and control. We had the great fortune of having Adriana as the prosecutor for our case and she fought tirelessly for justice. The case spanned several years with the perpetrator filing various appeals and causing the case to be tried multiple times. Adriana made sure she was involved for each trial and although she was a very busy prosecutor for the state, she kept us informed along the way. Even now, a few years after the final trial, she still maintains contact with our family, which is a very special thing and something that many would not. I never felt like we were a case or a job to Adriana. It was always personal to her and I get the feeling she handles every case with the same passion, heart, and professionalism. The highest regard I can give to this wonderful woman is that she made us feel safe again and she has my unending appreciation for that.

David Sanders

Hands down one of the best attorneys

I have worked with Adriana for several years as a sex crimes detective and believe she is one of the finest prosecutors I have worked with. She is professional, very intelligent, compassionate and has a true passion for her job. I have also watched Ms. Alcalde in the courtroom and am so impressed by her knowledge of the law, her eloquence of speech and her pit bull attitude to get the job done. She is hands down one of the best attorneys I have ever seen and am proud to know her personally.

Julie Bower

An unchallenged high moral character

Adriana Alcalde did an excellent job representing our family in a nightmarish situation that nobody should face (sexual assault/abuse). She was professional in and out of the courtroom with a perfect balance of personal care to make our victim feel valued and safe. Adriana was always responsive to our calls, needs, fears, and questions. We never felt uninformed before, during and after trial. And she is a bulldog in the courtroom! I genuinely believe we got the best representation possible and I would highly recommend her services because she has a fierce desire for justice. In my experience, Adriana’s honesty, sincere concern for victims’ rights and high moral character are unchallenged.

Joanne Baker

She is my hero

She is my hero. I couldn’t have asked for someone better to represent me in my case other than Adriana. She never for a second doubted me. She made it her duty to bring me and my family justice. I love her as a person and as an attorney, and I would recommend her to anyone and everyone who needs the help she provides.

Julianna Velez

A proud moment I will never forget

I am forever grateful to Adriana for fighting for and protecting my sister in a very difficult case. It was clear from day one that she believes in truth and justice. Watching her fight for it in court was a proud moment I will never forget. Thank you Adriana for helping give my sister peace & faith in the justice system.

Amanda Velez

Adriana is a charismatic, hard-working, determined, heartfelt humanitarian

There are no words to describe how excellent an attorney Adriana truly is, but like many of the other people who she has helped, I’m going to try. When I met Adriana, I was 16 and had just told my parents and the police about my ongoing sexual molestation. Not only was I terribly embarrassed, but I felt shame like nothing before. In a sense, I felt that the abuse was my fault and that I made it even worse by waiting so long to tell someone– well, at least that’s how the other side made it sound. Adriana would not let me have that mentality with her. Not only did she sympathize with me, but she made me feel as though I’m a stronger woman from this whole ordeal. There wasn’t a single time I walked into her office and felt like the victim; I came in as her friend.

Adriana is a charismatic, hard-working, determined, heartfelt humanitarian who connects with those of us who she’s defending.

She worked incessantly, around the clock, to keep my abuser locked away. And through the long hard years that she worked with me and my family, we forged such a strong bond that is going years after she helped me.

I’m so thankful that Adriana came into my life at the time she did because I have no idea where I would be today if it weren’t for her.

Hommel David John

David John Hommel

David John Hommel focuses on litigation involving disability discrimination and sexual abuse. He has first-chair trial experience, handling motions, witness examinations, opening statements, and closing arguments.

Last fall, David won a federal jury trial in a disability-discrimination case as first chair where he directed the plaintiff and presented the closing argument. The case helped to expand the availability of financial compensation for plaintiffs who are discriminated against on the basis of race, sex, or disability. Specifically, David successfully argued that a plaintiff was entitled to the reasonable value of his or her expectation of equal treatment.

In addition, David is a director of the Appellate Practice Group. He has argued five cases before federal appellate courts and led the briefing in many other state and federal appeals. His appellate work primarily focuses on remedies, reasonable accommodations, and employment law.

For example, David obtained a reversal before the Second Circuit and revived an employee’s lawsuit when she failed to receive accommodations months after her employment started. David conducted a CLE on this case and other employment matters.

In another case, David persuaded the Fourth Circuit to reinstate a deaf father’s lawsuit against a hospital for failing to provide sign-language interpreters for his child’s birth. The case also resolved an open question in the Fourth Circuit concerning the standard to receive financial compensation.

Previously, David clerked for Judge Joanna Seybert in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York and then served as a Court Law Clerk in the same district. Before and after his clerkship, he was in private practice managing and litigating insurance disputes. David earned his degrees from New York University and St. John’s University School of Law. At NYU, he captured the 2010 National Mock Trial Championship, receiving All-American honors. In law school, he served as the chief officer of the Moot Court Honor Society and won the 2014 National First Amendment Moot Court Competition.

David lives in Queens with his wife, their daughter, and her four-legged sidekick, Winnie. In his spare time, David is learning ASL to communicate with the deaf community and German to complain about Bayern Munich.

Han Juyoun

Juyoun Han, Esq.

Ms. Han is a Partner in the firm’s Artificial Intelligence Fairness and Data Privacy Practice Group. As a litigator, tech enthusiast, and a human rights advocate, Ms. Han is excited about innovative technologies and hopes to harness the law to promote fairness and accountability in the design and use of A.I. in our society.

Having served as a law clerk for Hon. Steven L. Tiscione and a judicial intern for Hon. Kiyo A. Matsumoto at the U.S. District Court in the Eastern District of New York (Brooklyn), Ms. Han possesses a deep understanding of courtroom advocacy and judicial procedures. At Eisenberg & Baum, Ms. Han counsels clients throughout trials and appeals in challenging cases as varied as street art litigation and anti-discrimination lawsuits as part of the firm’s Deaf and Hard of Hearing Law Center.

Ms. Han frequently collaborates with advocates and public interest groups who share a common passion to eradicate inequality. Previously, she was invited to speak at the World Congress for the World Federation of the Deaf in Paris. Ms. Han volunteered at the International Justice Mission (Washington D.C.) to combat international sex-trafficking of women and children, and worked at the UNESCO Korean Commission. Prior to law school, Ms. Han taught high school and college-level students in South Korea.

Ms. Han received her J.D. from Georgetown Law and her B.A. in Psychology and International Law from Handong University (South Korea). She lives in New York City and is particularly fond of its street art/music and K-town restaurants.


Certified Information Privacy Professional (United States)


Korean (fluent), American Sign Language (intermediate)

Rozynski Andrew

Andrew Rozynski, Esq.

Andrew Rozynski is a distinguished partner at Eisenberg & Baum, LLP. He harnesses his extensive experience as a civil rights attorney to passionately advocate for his client’s rights. His successful advocacy efforts have set legal precedents that have a positive ripple effect on numerous lives nationwide. In addition to his litigation work, he is the co-director of the Eisenberg & Baum Law Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing and also leads the firm’s appellate practice.

Equipped with the dual skill sets of being both a formidable trial court litigator and an accomplished appellate lawyer, Mr. Rozynski stands out in the legal field. Mr. Rozynski is unique in his willingness to tackle problems other lawyers shy away from and uses creativity to find winning strategies that aren’t readily apparent. He has a well-earned reputation for successfully litigating cases of first impression

Mr. Rozynski also has a strong national presence, with admissions to over 40 Federal District and Appellate Courts spanning across more than 25 states. In his impactful career, he has obtained over 25 favorable verdicts from juries, judges, and arbitrators, testifying to his deep-seated commitment to his clients’ cause.

Mr. Rozynski’s experience in both state and federal appellate courts is widespread, he has argued dozens of cases in appellate and trial courts throughout the country, including the United States Supreme Court. He has championed the rights of his clients by obtaining numerous positive decisions from Courts of Appeals nationwide, overturning unfavorable rulings and affirming beneficial judgments.

In addition to his broad work on various civil rights cases, Mr. Rozynski has a wide array of experience of litigating cases involving Deaf discrimination. A personal connection to the Deaf community lends Mr. Rozynski a unique perspective when litigating Deaf discrimination cases. As a CODA (Child of Deaf Adults) with three Deaf relatives, he is not only fluent in sign language, but also possesses a deep understanding of Deaf culture, making him an invaluable advocate for the Deaf community.

A testament to his influence, Mr. Rozynski has handled numerous nationally significant cases across varied contexts, including hospitals, businesses, housing providers, government entities, courts, nursing homes, prisons, colleges, and workplaces. His cases have drawn the attention of high-profile publications such as The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Time and USA Today, along with television appearances on Fox News, ABC, NBC, and CBS.

Mr. Rozynski thrives on mentoring fellow attorneys and speaking to groups about civil rights issues and welcomes any opportunity to so. Mr. Rozynski has worked closely with and maintains good relationships with other civil rights advocacy organizations, including the United States Department of Justice, NAACP, ACLU and National Fair Housing Alliance.

State Court

  • New York
  • New Jersey

Federal District Courts

  • District of New Jersey
  • Southern District of New York
  • Eastern District of New York
  • Northern District of New York
  • Western District of New York
  • District of Connecticut
  • District Court for the District of Columbia
  • Eastern District of Michigan
  • Western District of Michigan
  • Western District of Pennsylvania
  • Northern District of Ohio
  • Northern District of Illinois
  • Central District of Illinois
  • Southern District of Illinois
  • Eastern District of Missouri
  • Northern District of Indiana
  • Southern District of Indiana
  • Eastern District of Tennessee
  • Western District of Tennessee
  • Eastern District of Texas
  • Western District of Texas
  • Northern District of Texas
  • Southern District of Texas
  • District Court of Colorado
  • District Court of New Mexico
  • Eastern District of Arkansas
  • Western District of Arkansas
  • Northern District of Oklahoma
  • Eastern District of Oklahoma
  • Western District of Oklahoma
  • District of North Dakota
  • District of Nebraska

Courts of Appeals

  • 1st Circuit Court of Appeals
  • 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals
  • 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals
  • 4th Circuit Court of Appeals
  • 5th Circuit Court of Appeals
  • 6th Circuit Court of Appeals
  • 7th Circuit Court of Appeals
  • 8th Circuit Court of Appeals
  • 9th Circuit Court of Appeals
  • 10th Circuit Court of Appeals
  • 11th Circuit Court of Appeals
  • Supreme Court of the United States

Practice Areas

  • Civil Rights
  • Employment Discrimination
  • Housing Discrimination
  • Deaf Discrimination
  • Infringement of Constitutional Rights
  • Police Misconduct
  • Personal Injury
  • Wrongful Death
  • Sexual Abuse
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Appeals
  • Technology Discrimination
  • Cases of First Impression
  • High Stakes Litigation
Brian Ullman

Brian Ullman, Esq.

Brian Ullman is a partner in the Litigation Practice Group of Eisenberg & Baum, LLP, with special emphasis on real estate related litigation. Mr. Ullman has extensive experience representing well known real estate firms, developers and property management companies, as well as large and small building owners. He handles a wide range of matters, including property ownership and boundary line disputes, easement and adverse possession claims, landlord-tenant litigations, lease disputes, breach of contract actions, brokerage commission disputes, bankruptcy litigations, and mechanic’s lien actions. Mr. Ullman also provides non-litigation services to real estate clients that include the negotiating and drafting of leases, licenses, lease assignments, indemnification agreements and access and termination agreements. He regularly appears in state and federal court and handles matters at both the trial and appellate levels.

Mr. Ullman’s practice also involves litigation that is unrelated to real estate and includes general commercial litigation, construction claims, architectural and engineering malpractice actions, commercial torts, products liability, guaranty actions, discrimination and trusts and estates litigation.

Prior to joining Eisenberg and Baum, Mr. Ullman was Senior Counsel with Lowenstein Sandler LLP and Epstein Becker & Green, PC.

Dov Goldman

Dov Goldman, Esq.

Dov Goldman, a partner at Eisenberg & Baum, LLP, is a real estate practitioner, representing equity partners in joint venture transactions. Mr. Goldman has represented owners of real estate in a variety of sophisticated transactions, including acquisitions, developments and sale/leaseback transactions. Mr. Goldman has worked with clients ranging from REITs to shopping center developers. He has represented borrowers and lenders in conduit loans, construction loans and development transactions, involving, among other things, office buildings, shopping center developments, hotel developments, golf courses and condominium developments.

Prior to joining Eisenberg & Baum, LLP, Mr. Goldman was a partner at Duval & Stachenfeld LLP and Wolf, Block, Schorr and Solis-Cohen LLP. Mr. Goldman graduated with cum laude from Queens College and from Fordham University Law School.

Past Employment Positions

  • Duval & Stachenfeld LLP
  • Wolf, Block, Schorr and Solis-Cohen LLP
  • Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP
Lorenzo Delillo

Lorenzo V. DeLillo, Esq.

Lorenzo V. DeLillo, a partner in the Real Estate Practice Group of Eisenberg & Baum, LLP, focuses his practice on representing clients in residential and commercial real estate transactions and real estate management. Prior to joining the firm, Mr. DeLillo was senior counsel and head of the real estate department of a boutique law firm in New York City. Additionally, Mr. DeLillo served as General Counsel to the Sapir Organization, a privately held company with a prime commercial and residential portfolio exceeding 6 million square feet. Mr. DeLillo has been responsible for negotiating and closing numerous acquisitions and divestitures of properties throughout New York City, including closing prominent retail and office leases for both landlord and tenants.

Prior to his extensive experience in real estate matters, Mr. DeLillo co-managed the business and legal affairs of a boutique New York plaintiff’s personal injury law firm. Mr. DeLillo has experience spanning several legal disciplines and as a matter of practice offers guided legal and business solutions for his clients.


  • Phi Beta Kappa
Joseph Gaffney

Joseph P. Gaffney, Esq.

Joseph P. Gaffney is a partner at Eisenberg & Baum, LLP, where he is the head of the firm’s Trusts & Estates Practice Group. Mr. Gaffney has served as long-time trust and estate counsel to several family groups of extensive wealth, and has over 30 years of experience drafting and advising clients with respect to wills, GRATs, QPRTs, insurance and other trust agreements, stockholders’ agreements, and all other documents necessary to implement an overall estate plan, as well as health care proxies, living wills and powers of attorney.

Mr. Gaffney regularly advises executors and trustees with respect to their obligations to the various beneficiaries, as well as their tax, accounting, and other fiduciary obligations, the guidelines to be established for trust and estate investments, and tax planning opportunities. Mr. Gaffney has substantial experience in the probate and administrative processes, as well as postmortem tax planning techniques, and the preparation of estate tax returns, fiduciary income tax returns and accountings. Mr. Gaffney regularly appears in Surrogate’s Court in contested probate, construction and administration proceedings, and he has lectured on the topic of trusts.

Prior to joining Eisenberg & Baum, Mr. Gaffney was affiliated with Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf, LLP and Kurzman Eisenberg Corbin & Lever LLP. Mr. Gaffney received his undergraduate degree in liberal arts from St. John’s University and his Juris Doctorate, cum laude, from St. John’s University School of Law, where he was selected for the school’s Journal of Legal Commentary. His article “Can the IRS “White-Out” the Decision of the Surrogate’s Court? United States v. White” was published by the St. John’s Journal of Legal Commentary.