Former President of the New York State Bar Association and a founding member of the firm, Mr. Getnick focuses his practice in the areas of civil litigation and personal injury.
A founding member of the firm, Mr. Livingston focuses his practice on all areas of real estate practice, with an emphasis on complex commercial and agricultural matters.
Ms. Richmond leads the firm's robust estate planning practice, representing individuals in complex estate and trust matters. She also lead's the firm's mental health law practice efforts, representing medical institutions in Mental Hygiene Law matters in New York State Courts.
Mr. Radel leads the firm's creditor's rights and litigation law practice groups and focuses his practice on the representation of financial institutions and businesses in the United States Bankruptcy Courts, District Courts, and in New York State Courts. He also leads the firm's special education law practice where he represents students in the families in administrative and litigation matters ac ross New York State.
With extensive experience in all areas of real estate practice, Mr. Reale manages the firm's real estate department, focusing on representing lending institutions and real estate developers in complex real estate transactions and transactional business matters. Mr. Reale also leads the firm's business law practice, advising business leaders on issues of formation and operation of businesses.
A former Vice-President and Legal Counsel for a banking institution , Mr. Lottermoser is a Partner in the firm's real estate department, focusing on representing lending institutions and real estate developers in complex real estate transactions and transactional business matters.
An active member of the Oneida County Bar Association who has served on the organization's Board of Directors, Mr. Atkinson focuses his practice on matrimonial and family law.
With experience in both Real Estate and Trust and Estate Administration, Ms. Cucharale provides legal services to institutional and individual clients across the Mohawk Valley and Central New York.