George’s practice focuses on complex commercial litigation. He has represented a wide variety of clients, including investment funds, companies, and individuals, in connection with disputes regarding complex financial products, credit facilities, securities, accounting malpractice, and real estate transactions, among others, in federal and state courts.

Prior to joining Glenn Agre Bergman & Fuentes, George was an associate at Kasowitz Benson Torres.

George has represented:

  • Lenders of $725 million to SunEdison, once the world’s largest renewable energy company, in actions against KPMG for misrepresentation of internal controls over financial reporting, and Deutsche Bank Securities, Inc. for fraudulent inducement.
  • Deka Immobilien Investment, a real estate asset management company, in an action to recover $136 million paid on a guarantee after the borrower defaulted.
  • A private equity firm in an arbitration against a top-ten accounting firm for professional malpractice in performing a quality of earnings analysis that directly translated into a massive overpayment for the medical practices at issue.
  • Holders of $550 million in notes issued by China Fishery Group in connection with disputes arising from the bankruptcy of entities related to China Fishery Group, one of the world’s largest fishing companies.
  • The Marc Fisher companies, a family of companies in the business of designing, sourcing, and marketing brand-name footwear, in an action against Milberg Factors, Inc. alleging breach of contract, breach of implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing, and conversion.
  • JDS Development, a leading real estate development and construction firm, in an action alleging that JDS Development had violated the RICO Act in connection with the development of 111 West 57 Street, which was dismissed by the trial court and affirmed on appeal.
  • Real Estate Investments Developers in an action arising from REID’s termination of an agreement to sell land on the New Jersey shore after its counterparty failed to obtain certain regulatory approvals, which settled favorably before trial.
  • Former executives and officers in a federal action against Nikko Asset Management and its CEO alleging a scheme to manipulate an employee stock option plan and deprive former employees of their stock option rights.
  • Super Lawyers Rising Stars, Top Rated Business Litigation Attorney in New York, 2022-23


  • Hofstra University School of Law, J.D., cum laude, 2017
    • Hofstra Law Review, editor
  • St. Francis College, B.A., 2012


  • State Bar of New York
  • U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
  • U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York