Beacon, New York Civil Rights Lawyers
I also served as a "citizen soldier" (US Army reservist), with tours of duty in the combat zones of Iraq (2004-05) and Afghanistan (2012), as an Army lawyer. I retired in the rank...
For the past 30 years I have practiced law around the country. Although I have an inactive license in Massachusetts my law practice is limited to New York federal, state, administrative, and alternative dispute resolution forums affecting New York employees or employers; regardless of current location.
I spent a total of 8 years defending a 2,000 employee state regulatory agency, a professional employer organization, and private employers and insurers in labor and employment...
New York, NY 10036
Brooklyn, NY 11217
Queens, NY 11375
After nearly 30 years of helping clients endure life-changing events, we appreciate the anxiety people face when having to pursue or defend a legal dispute. It...
New York University School of Law and Cumberland School of Law, Samford University
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