In addition to serving a General Counsel to the NRC, Carter maintains a private law practice that he founded in 2017 as the next stage of his 13-year career as a courtroom lawyer. As a newly admitted attorney, Carter worked as an associate at an established general practice in northern New Jersey where he handled a wide variety litigation matters and had the good fortune of practicing alongside NRC President Rob Pearson. From 2007 to 2017, Carter associated with a midtown Manhattan litigation practice, and then for an offshoot of that practice where Carter was named partner in 2013.
Having developed a diverse commercial litigation practice, including interesting commercial real estate disputes and a growing fine art practice, Carter hung his shingle in 2017. He currently maintains an office in the Financial District.
An aggressive advocate in the courtroom and typifying the “anti-lawyer” outside of it, Carter handles all facets of litigation and dispute resolution from inception through trial, including appeals, in the state and federal courts of New York and New Jersey.
In 2010, Mr. Reich was recognized for his acumen in commercial litigation as the recipient of the New York Enterprise Report’s (now SmartCEO) Best Attorneys and Accountants Commercial Litigation Award. Since 2013, Mr. Reich has annually been named a “Rising Star” in SuperLawyers for the Metro New York City region.
Despite relocating from Hell’s Kitchen to northern, NJ in 2010, Carter maintains his connections to Manhattan as an active fundraiser for Ice Hockey In Harlem, where he volunteered as an on-ice coach for six years.