Karl-Erik Sternlof represents individuals, businesses and lending institutions in commercial transactions, providing legal assistance in the purchase and sale of businesses and the purchase, sale, development and lease of commercial property. Attorney Sternlof provides legal assistance to his clients in setting up business entities, drafting contracts for purchase and sale, and structuring commercial transactions. Additionally, Karl has an extensive background in Native American legal issues, concerning business transactions in Indian Country or involving Native American entities. Attorney Sternlof also represents buyers and sellers in residential real estate matters.
Karl has practiced law in New London County for more than 25 years. He is active in the local community, currently serving as a Dime Bank Corporator and on the Board of Directors of the Lyman Allyn Museum.
A resident of New London for many years, Karl has been an enthusiastic participant in the attempts to promote commercial development in New London, including serving for over 10 years as Vice President of the City’s Municipal Development Corporation
- Commercial transactions, finance, development, leasing and commercial real estate
- Business law, banking law
- Indian law
- Residential real estate.
- Trustee of the Lyman Allyn Art Museum from November 2015 to present
- President of the Board of Trustees from July 2017 to present
- Executive Officer of the Renaissance Community Development Association, Inc.
- f/k/a the New London Development Corporation from May 2001 to June 2013
- Lecturer on Native American housing issues and business transactions in Indian Community
- Lecturer on banking and commercial real estate
- Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut (B.A.)
- University of Connecticut School of Law, Hartford, Connecticut (J.D.)
- United States District Court for the District of Connecticut
- Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Court