Garden City-based Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, P.C. is pleased to announce its affiliation with Holbrook-based law firm Germano & Cahill. Their Of Counsel association will bolster Meyer Suozzi’s Municipal Law, Land Use and Zoning practices, and broaden the services it provides to clients in the Eastern Long Island region.
“We have long admired Meyer Suozzi for its deep relationships and outstanding reputation throughout the Long Island community,” said Guy Germano, founding partner of Germano & Cahill. “The alignment of our practice areas will be of great benefit to our clients.”
“It is a privilege to join forces with Germano & Cahill,” said Lois Schlissel, Managing Attorney of Meyer Suozzi. “Their extensive experience in a broad range of real estate and municipal matters will enable us to further assist our clients in Eastern Long Island.”
A. Thomas Levin, Chair of the Local Government, Land Use Law & Environmental Compliance group said, “this alliance, coupled with the recent addition of veteran attorney Brian Stolar to our municipal law group, will significantly expand our practice and the scope of services we provide.”
Meyer Suozzi is recognized throughout Long Island and New York State as a leader in providing strategic and innovative solutions in the field of local government law, land use regulation and environmental compliance. The firm’s municipal attorneys have extensive background in representing local governments, property owners, and environmental groups, property developers and preservationists and currently serve as Village Attorney for the Villages of Great Neck Estates, Hewlett Bay Park, North Hills, Rockville Centre, Thomaston, Sea Cliff and Woodsburgh.
Germano & Cahill attorneys have significant experience in commercial real estate, environmental and municipal law matters, ranging from zoning and planning applications to industrial development agency transactions. They have represented owners and developers in some of the largest industrial and commercial projects on Long Island, totaling several million square feet of new and repositioned properties. They also represent developers of planned communities of affordable housing, educational institutions and charitable foundations in realizing their plans for growth and development, as well as counties, towns and public authorities across New York State and in Vermont, North Carolina and Mississippi, in matters involving waste regulation and facility development.
About Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, P.C.
Founded in 1960, Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, P.C. has a reputation for integrity, insight and intellect that has established the standard for excellence in the practice of law. Meyer Suozzi’s attorneys are committed to its clients, the community, public affairs and fostering diversity. With offices in Albany, Garden City, Manhattan and Washington, D.C., the firm provides legal advice in 18 diverse practice areas. http://dev-meyer-suozzi.pantheonsite.io.
About Germano & Cahill, P.C.
Based in Holbrook, New York, Germano & Cahill, P.C. serves clients throughout Long Island and the New York metropolitan region. Germano & Cahill prides itself on delivering high quality legal counsel that enables clients to meet challenges, achieve business objectives and navigate today’s complex regulatory environment. http://www.germanocahill.com.