Sophia A. Perna-Plank focuses her practice on commercial litigation and bankruptcy matters, where she represents both corporate and private clients in a wide variety of legal matters in state and federal court.
Currently, she serves on the Paralegal Advisory Committee at Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University. Sophia attended the night division of law school while she worked full-time as a paralegal at a mid-size commercial law firm, where she focused primarily on bankruptcy and commercial litigation.
Sophia Perna-Plank Recognized by the New York Real Estate Journal as a ‘Ones to Watch,’ 2022
“Update for Private Employers and Employees in New York City, as well as Patrons: A Broader Coronavirus Vaccine Mandate is in “Town”, Labor & Employment blog,” Dec. 2021
“NY Commercial Leases Must Work For COVID, And Courts,” Law360, August 2021
“Case Alert: The First Department Clarifies That Transmission of an Email Determines Subscription for Purposes of CPLR 2104”, Labor & Employment blog, July 2021
“Can’t Pay Rent Under Your Commercial Lease Because Of COVID-19? New York Courts Don’t Care—Sort Of,” New York Business Law and Commercial Litigation blog, July 2021
Sophia Perna-Plank Recognized by LIBN: Who’s Who In Real Estate Law , 2020
Sophia Perna-Plank Participates as Panelist for Herald Inside LI Webinar , Oct. 29, 2020
“Ghost Malls And Shopping Centers,” Long Island Business News, Sept. 2020
“The Rent Is Still Due,” Long Island Business News , August 2020