Todd E. Soloway '88
Elected January 2022
Todd Soloway is a partner and co-chair of the litigation group, Pryor Cashman, where he heads the hotel and hospitality group and real estate serves on the Executive Committee at Pryor Cashman, LLP a New York based law firm that also maintains offices in Los Angeles and Miami. He is the Co-Chair of the Litigation Group and heads the Hotel and Hospitality Group and the Real Estate Litigation practice and serves on the firm’s executive committee. With more than 25 years of complex trial and deal experience, he is a trusted advisor to leaders in the hospitality, real estate, and real estate finance industries. Soloway. He has successfully litigated some of the most high-profile cases in the hospitality industry involving hotel management and franchise agreements, complex real estate finance and development and intricate foreclosures and workouts, including winning a $44 million judgment against Starwood Hotels in favor of the owners of the former St. Regis Hotel in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
He earned his BA in history at Brandeis in 1988, and earned his Juris Doctor degree at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University in 1991. Soloway is a member and past president of the Brandeis Alumni Club of New York City. He was the recipient of the New York Law Journal's 2021 "Distinguished Leader Award," on the Notables in Real Estate 2021 list by Crain's New York Business and named a top attorney nationwide in leisure and hospitality law by Chambers USA in 2020.