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Advising Municipalities On Long Island
Municipalities are subject to a host of state and federal laws and regulations. From state law governing zoning, contracting and the environment, to federal law governing labor relations and due process...
Long Island is comprised of two counties, which together contain fifteen towns: Oyster Bay, Hempstead, North Hempstead, Long Beach and Glen Cove in Nassau County; and Babylon, Brookhaven, East Hampton, Huntington, Islip, Riverhead, Smithtown, Shelter Island, Southampton and Southold in Suffolk County. In addition there are local hamlets and villages within these towns that are too numerous to mention here. If it were a state, Long Island would rank 13th in population and first in population density. We live here, we work here, and we take great pride in all that Long Island has to offer. We also understand the unique challenges that the many and diverse municipalities face.
At the Law Offices of Mark A. Cuthbertson, we are pleased to assist officials in municipalities and municipal agencies in litigation and transactions. From internal decisions such as employment and disciplinary matters, to external decisions implicating due process, tort law and property rights, our firm is skilled in identifying and presenting the legal landscape so that officials may make informed, responsible decisions.
This is because our firm combines legal expertise in the area of municipal law with insights gained by years of service at the local municipal level as elected officials and on appointed boards. We are able to provide our private clients with invaluable insights to the governmental decision-making process. We counsel our clients as to the full array of considerations that they face in performing their public sector duties. We have served as general and special counsel for towns, villages, school districts, and municipal agencies and are expert in defending lawsuits, drafting local laws and regulations and advising clients on labor, zoning, real estate, and taxation matters.
Please visit our website to learn more: http://www.CuthbertsonLaw.com/