Mr. Iryami has represented individuals, commercial
companies and healthcare facilities and professionals in corporate,
commercial litigation, and regulatory matters. His corporate/business
law experience includes drafting and negotiating asset purchase
agreements, stock purchase agreements, operating agreements, licensing
agreements, and employment agreements. He has represented clients in
state and federal courts on various commercial, corporate, and
regulatory matters (including Article 78 proceedings).
In addition, Mr. Iryami has advised healthcare providers as they seek
to structure their practices in a way that complies with the myriad of
state and federal regulations (such as STARK and the Anti-Kickback
laws) that apply to them, and navigate the bureaucratic framework of
state and federal agencies such as Medicare, Medicaid, New York State
Department of Health, Office of Professional Medical Conduct, the New
York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services and the
New York State Board of Pharmacy.
Mr. Iryami's legal writings and proposals have been cited by legal
scholars and various media outlets, including ABC News and CNN.com. His
writings on legal matters have appeared in treatises on contract law
and intellectual property law.
Professionally, he is a member of the New York State Bar Association
(Health Law Section) and the Great Neck Lawyers Association and serves
a pro bono attorney for the Sephardic American Medical Society.
He is a graduate of SUNY Stony Brook and the Fordham University School
of Law, where he was a guest lecturer on contract law, and became the
first student-assistant to edit the "Law of Contracts" by
John D. Calamari and Joseph M. Perillo (West's Hornbook Series, 4th Ed.
Mr. Iryami has an extensive record of community service. He currently serves
on the Planning Board of the Village
of Great Neck, the Board of
Directors of the Iranian American Jewish Federation, the Nassau County
Democratic Committee, and COPAY of Great Neck, a non-profit drug and
alcohol counseling organization.
He is also the co-founder of the Persian Culture Committee, the
Iranian-American Democrats of New York, and the Sephardic Minyan of
He has previously served as a member of the Nassau County Commission on
Human Rights and a board member of the United Community Fund of Great
Prior to entering the legal profession, Mr. Iryami served as an
assistant editor of the Great Neck Record, a Long Island weekly
newspaper, where he received numerous community service awards,
including a New York State Assembly Citation to "gifted
journalist" for achievements in promoting better understanding
involving Great Neck and its Iranian-Americans.
A regular lecturer on the history and culture of the Iranian-Jewish
community, Mr. Iryami has been frequently quoted in regional and
national publications on matters relating to one of the most oldest
Jewish communities in the world.