70 West 40th Street · New York, NY 10018 (On Bryant Park) · 212-719-4400

About Us

Cahill Cossu Noh & Robinson LLP is a New York-based boutique firm serving both individual clients and businesses ranging in size from Global Fortune 50 to start-ups. The firm is perhaps best known for its work in the art world, but is regularly engaged to handle a wide variety of matters. The firm offers an integrated approach and perspective to client service by drawing on an extensive network of relationships as well as deep experience in litigation, arbitration and alternative dispute resolution, contracts, licensing, business formation, commercial transactions, employment, and intellectual property.

Cahill Cossu Noh & Robinson LLP's goal is simple: to deliver high-quality services and optimal results for clients in a bespoke setting and manner. We work hard to understand a client's specific needs and tailor our services to help meet those goals. In that sense, our approach is the same whether we are working with individuals or multinational corporations.

The firm represents individuals and businesses in a wide variety of matters across a range of business and other areas, including the art world, financial services, insurance, publishing, and software to name but a few. Services are local, national, and international as appropriate. We are most often lead counsel in matters but work well with other firms as local counsel or as necessary to effectively serve a client's needs. As part of our private client practice, the firm is often brought in to team with local or specialized counsel in matrimonial, estate planning, and other personal matters where special art-world market and legal expertise are required.

We represent a number of prominent businesses and individuals but have determined not to identify them as a matter of discretion. We can provide certain specifics and references upon request, but can generally state that we serve collectors, artists, galleries, dealers, insurers, consultants, not-for-profit institutions, and for-profit companies operating in and beyond the art world.