They work together on matters ranging from racing and gaming to cannabis, lobbying compliance and other complicated legal issues. They also work out of the same set of offices serving clients in the Capital Region of New York and around the state and country.
This week, Karl Sleight and Mitch Pawluk are also sharing the spotlight for their professional accomplishments with recognitions sponsored by separate media organizations.
The Albany Business Review has named Mitch as a member of its 40 Under 40 Class of 2019. The ABR praises Mitch for his work on “some of the biggest issues in New York state, from Moreland Commission investigations to casinos to marijuana.”
Meanwhile, City & State placed Karl on its inaugural list of the 50 most influential legal minds across New York state. City & State highlighted Karl for his work in public service as the head of the New York State Ethics Commission as well as counsel to the Moreland Commission.
Karl and Mitch each are involved in advising clients operating in highly regulated environments with active government oversight.
City & State recognized the Law Power 50 in a ceremony in downtown Manhattan on Wednesday, May 15; the Albany 40 Under 40 class received their honors in Albany on Friday, May 17.
In addition to areas such as racing and gaming, the growing Harris Beach Capital Region team broadly offers insight into the regulatory and approval process necessary for doing business in New York state. These also include energy, environment, health care, economic development, public finance and more.