Richard P. Altieri is a partner of AEM Carnelutti. Richard’s practice focuses on corporate law, with particular emphasis on commercial transactions, including those of a transnational nature. Altieri has worked with clients based in the United States and abroad managing a broad spectrum of transactions ranging from mergers, acquisitions and divestitures to distribution and licensing agreements, joint ventures, leasing, manufacturing and sales representation arrangements, and the like. He has provided corporate and international legal advice to domestic and foreign-based clients operating in the United States, and U.S.-based clients transacting business abroad. Richard also has considerable experience in representing sellers and buyers of residential and commercial real estate.
Richard has worked closely with foreign-based clients in the establishment of U.S. operations, and his commercial and corporate practice focuses on a variety of businesses types, ranging from large multinationals to small and middle-size companies based in the U.S. and abroad. Richard has been active in monitoring the recent developments in the international business scene, and the regulations that may affect cross-border transactions.
After his Bachelors of Arts from New York University in 1983, Richard earned his Juris-Doctor degree from the National Law Center at George Washington University in Washington D.C. in 1986. In 1987 he earned his Post-J.D. degree in International Law and Business Transactions in Salzburg, Austria from the joint McGeorge School of Law and University of Salzburg program (1987).
Richard is an Adjunct Professor of Business Law at Hunter College in New York City and a Fellow at the Foreign Policy Association.
He is a member of the Association of the City of the bar of New York and New York State Bar Association since 1987. He is a volunteer for the CityBar Center for Justice.
He speaks Italian and Spanish, in addition to English.