Cohoes, New York Energy, Oil and Gas Lawyers
David L. Ganje is a commercial law and commercial litigation attorney and also maintains a natural resources practice. He has grounded his legal experience as a practicing attorney, a former commodity arbitrator, a member of the board of directors of an S&L and an adjunct professor to hone his skills in these areas of practice. Born and raised in Aberdeen, South Dakota, David handles matters related to mineral law, oil and gas law, energy law and water law in his natural resources practice. The practice includes representation before local and federal regulatory bodies. In his commercial law and commercial litigation practice, David...
(605) 385-0330 1830 West Fulton Street
Rapid City, SD 57702
Rapid City, SD 57702
The Law Office of Douglas H. Zamelis is dedicated to assisting clients achieve their objectives by providing accurate, responsive, thorough and sensitive legal services. Doug Zamelis has over 25 years of experience counseling and representing corporate, governmental, and individual clients in compliance and litigation matters involving open government and our shared environment. In addition to his Juris Doctor from the Syracuse University College of Law (1989), Doug holds a B.S from Cornell University (1986) and M.S. from the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (1989). Doug brings his extensive scientific knowledge and understanding...
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Rachel Treichler has been providing legal services to clients in the Finger Lakes and Southern Tier region since 2002. She previously practiced in New York City for 20 years. She represents clients in real estate, riparian rights, water law, mineral rights and renewable energy matters.
I have received top ratings from three major lawyer peer rating services: Avvo.com (Superb); Martindale-Hubbell (AV Rating); and Super Lawyers of Upstate New York. I have more than 40 years of experience in helping clients resolve complex environmental, regulatory, land use, and economic development challenges. Prevailing legal fees in Upstate New York are significantly lower than those charged in New York City, Philadelphia, and other major cities.