Trusted; Intelligent; Experienced
I have the privilege of representing numerous local governments in matters involving civil rights, tort-based claims, and zoning and land use. It is an interesting and often rewarding area of practice.
I provide a wide range of transactional and litigation services for small and mid-size Long Island businesses. I help people avoid future difficulty and expense by doing things right in the first place, and have assisted numerous clients obtaining favorable resolutions to disputes.
Informed; Effective; Efficient
Real estate transactions should ideally be smooth and simple. I try to keep them that way. I am also adept at resolving complicated title and other issues that might otherwise pose major difficulties in completing a transaction, and have extensive experience with real estate related litigation.
Settlements; Trials; Results
Personal injury was my first niche practice area during and following law school, and it has remained an important part of my practice throughout my career. It is an area of law that I know well from both the plaintiff and defense perspective, and I have handled cases ranging from basic car accidents and slip and falls to catastrophic injuries.
In addition to trial-level litigation, I have extensive experience with both state and federal appellate practice in each of the substantive legal areas I practice in. From analyzing the record before the lower court, to identifying issues and conducting in-depth research and analysis, to persuasively presenting reasons why a trial level decision should be reversed or affirmed, I thoroughly enjoy and excel at appellate work.
I approach every aspect of my practice with pride, integrity, and professionalism. My clients receive candid advice and zealous advocacy. Generally, my approach to practicing law is a balance between scholarship and pragmatism. I enjoy when I have an opportunity to do a deep dive into an interesting or novel question, but I also take a goal oriented and practical approach to overall litigation strategy. Over time, I have developed the varied skillsets needed to write persuasively to a judge about nuanced points of law, make an emotional connection with a jury, and step back and consider how each step in a case leads towards reaching the best result for a client.
I am a New York native. I was born in Richmond Hill, Queens; went to St. John's University for college; and then attended Brooklyn Law School. I started my career in Manhattan, but have primarily practiced on Long Island since approximately 2010. Currently, I live in Stonybrook with my wife and daughter, and I am counsel to an outstanding firm concentrating in municipal and insurance defense with offices in Smithtown, Garden City, and Albany,
I respect the Law; take pride in my work; and -- occasionally -- have the opportunity to do something meaningful, whether that takes the form of benefiting or protecting individual clients, or working on matters that contribute to the broader public good.
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