Delaware County, New York Construction Lawyers
Brewster, NY 10509
Albany Law School
Kevin practices in the areas of construction and surety law, commercial law, bankruptcy law, and creditors' rights law. In construction and surety law, he represents a diverse clientele, including architects, owners, general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, and sureties for a full range of legal services, including: contract review and negotiation; counseling on the many issues that may arise during the construction...
Francis Smith joined the McNamee Lochner in 1988 and has been a principal since 1994. His areas encompass appellate practice, commercial litigation, mortgage foreclosure, and bankruptcy, including administrative law as well as all forms of state and federal court litigation representing creditors and lenders. His practice also includes commercial mortgage foreclosures and representation of secured creditors in Chapter 11 commercial bankruptcies.
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