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  • December, 2018
    Inside This Issue: Under Dan Braff's Leadership, Peloton to Open New State-of-the-Art Facility at Brookfield's 5 Manhattan West • Self-Storage Facility Approved in Lynbrook to Repurpose Former Roller Rink • City of New Rochelle Approves Site Plan for New U-Haul Facility • Firm Represents Client in Sears Bankruptcy Proceeding • Japanese Ice Cream Shop Expands Outside New York City • Chris J. Coschignano/Sahn Ward Coschignano, PLLC Scholarship Awarded to Touro Law School Student • Miriam Villani Presents Awards to the Winners of the 31st Annual Professor William R. Ginsberg Memorial Essay Contest • Miriam Villani Featured in LIBN's "Who's Who 2018" • Joshua D. Brookstein Earns Leadership in Law Award from LIBN • Sahn Ward Coschignano Supports 2018 Long Island Smart Growth Summit as a Sponsor • Tom McKevitt Coaches Holy Trinity High School Moot Court Team • LexisNexis™ Features Matthew McCann's Articles on Constitutional Challenges to the SEC's Administrative Power • Elaine Colavito's "Bench Briefs" Appears In Suffolk Lawyer • Chris Coschignano Honored at Syosset Woodbury Chamber of Commerce 20th Anniversary Gala • Download Our Brochure
  • October, 2018
    Inside This Issue: Q&A with Joseph R. Bjarnson • Beware of Unduly Restrictive Employment Agreements - The Courts Will Not Enforce All Non-Competition Agreements Made by Employers and Employees • Firm Successfully Protects Commercial Property Owner's Due Process Rights in Tax Lien Foreclosure Case • Kyle M. Lawrence Guides Company in Getting a New Drone Rental Venture off the Ground • Moving and Self-Storage Company Receives Site Plan Approval to Expand Its Headquarters • Michael H. Sahn Served as Panelist at Land Use Training Program • John Christopher Named as One of Long Island Business News' "Ones to Watch" • Joshua D. Brookstein to Receive Leadership in Law Award • Elaine Colavito Joins in Honoring Local Judges at Nassau County Women's Bar Association's Annual Membership Cocktail Party and Salute to the Judiciary • Elaine Colavito Receives Top 50 Women in Business Award from LIBN • Matthew C. McCann Selected to New York Metro Super Lawyers "Rising Stars" List for Fourth Consecutive Year • Elaine Colavito's "Bench Briefs" Appears in Suffolk Lawyer • Elaine Colavito Speaks on the Topic of "Women in the Courtroom" at the Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center of Nassau County • Download Our Brochure
  • September, 2018
    Inside This Issue: Super Lawyers Recognizes Fourteen of Firm's Lawyers for 2018 Honors • New York City Practice Update • Commercial Real Estate Update • Chris J. Coschignano and Nicholas Cappadora Represent Developer in Mixed-Use Development at Great Neck Plaza • Physical Fitness Facility to Occupy Vacant Space at Inwood Shopping Center • After More Than 15 Years, Huntington Gas Station Receives Certificate of Occupancy • Challenger Athletics Held Its Annual Surf Camp • Elaine Colavito to Receive LIBN's Top 50 Women in Business Award • Miriam E. Villani Profiled in LIBN's "Who's Who in Professional Women" • Matthew C. McCann Joins Sahn Ward Coschignano, PLLC as Its New Associate • Long Island Press Interviews Matthew E. Rappaport on Planning for Worst-Case Scenarios • Firm's Attorneys Contribute to Nassau Lawyer's September Issue Focused on Real Estate • Nicholas Cappadora Addresses Need for Transit-Oriented Developments on Long Island • Elaine Colavito's "Bench Briefs" Appears in Suffolk Lawyer • Firm Sponsors 2018 Marcum Workplace Challenge • Chris Coschignano to Be Honored at Syosset Woodbury Chamber of Commerce 20th Anniversary Gala • Download Our Brochure
  • July, 2018
    Inside This Issue: John Farrell Heads Up the Firm's New Suffolk Office • What Happens if Your Business Partner Goes Rogue? • Environment, Energy, and Resources Practice Group Update • Auto Dealer Obtains Land Use and Zoning Approvals to Build New Dealership in Great Neck • Adam H. Koblenz and Matthew Rappaport Host Seminar on Tax Impact for Nassau Homeowners • John Christopher Co-Chairs NYSBA Young Lawyers Section Summer Meeting • Elaine Colavito Installed as President of the Nassau County Women's Bar Association • Joshua D. Brookstein Joins New York Junior Board of Teach for America and Nassau County Family Court Children's Center Advisory Council • City of Long Beach Board of Zoning Appeals Halts Construction of Major Mixed-Use Project after Determining the Building Permits and Variance Approvals Had Expired • Wayne Edwards Completes Multimillion-Dollar Transaction • Michael H. Sahn Served as a Panelist at "Future of Long Island Commercial Real Estate" Summit • Firm Represents Family-Owned Movie Theater in Lease Buyout • Elaine Colavito's "Bench Briefs" Appears In Suffolk Lawyer • Dan Braff Serves on Cohen Children's Circle Golf Classic Planning Committee • Firm Sponsors 2018 Marcum Workplace Challenge • Sahn Ward Coschignano Sponsors Landmark on Main Street's Summer Programs • Download Our Brochure
  • June, 2018
    Inside This Issue: Q&A with the Hon. Edward G. McCabe • New Legislation Resulting From #MeToo Movement Affects New York State and City Employers • Firm Secures Special Permit for Peloton • Michael H. Sahn to Moderate at "Future of Long Island Commercial Real Estate" Summit • Miriam E. Villani Presents at NYSBA Seminar Focusing on Environmental Law • Elaine Colavito Receives Outstanding Women in Law Award from Hofstra Law School • City of Long Beach Board of Zoning Appeals Halts Construction of Major Mixed-Use Project after Determining the Building Permits and Variance Approvals Had Expired • Firm Secures Final Zoning and Land Use Variances for Apartments at A. Holly Patterson Campus Designed to Address Housing Shortages for Millennials and Older Residents • Islip Town Board Approves Zoning Change for Gracewood Estates Project • Elaine Colavito's "Bench Briefs" Appears In Suffolk Lawyer • Tax Reform: 10 Crucial Things to Know for New Yorkers • Thomas McKevitt Leads Holy Trinity High School Mock Trial Team into County Semifinals • Download Our Brochure
  • April, 2018
    Inside This Issue: Q&A with Kyle M. Lawrence • Firm Expands with a New Location in Hauppauge • Reading Zoning Maps in New York City • Nassau County Bar Association to Recognize Hon. Edward G. McCabe • John Christopher Receives LIBN's 40 Under 40 Award • Elaine Colavito to be Named One of Hofstra's Outstanding Women in Law • Joshua D. Brookstein Receives Touro Law's Public Interest/Pro-Bono Attorney of the Year Award and is Appointed NYSBA Young Lawyers Section Liaison to the Local and State Government Law Section • John Christopher Honors Outstanding Young Lawyer at NYSBA's Annual Meeting • Kyle Lawrence Named As LIBN's "Ones To Watch" In Law • Firm Defends Suffolk County against LIPA Lawsuit • Court Rules Article 78 Proceeding Challenging Subdivision Application Was Time-Barred • Should College Student-Athletes Be Financially Compensated? Adam H. Koblenz Addresses the Issue in the University of Maryland Law School's Journal of Business & Technology Law • Elaine Colavito's "Bench Briefs" Appears in Suffolk Lawyer • Firm Sponsors NYU Law School's Public Service Benefit • Download Our Brochure
  • February, 2018
    Inside This Issue: Environmental Regulation One Year into the Trump Administration • Elaine M. Colavito Promoted to Partner • Daniel H. Braff and Joshua D. Brookstein Address Compliance with NYC Zoning Law in the Construction of Fitness Centers • John Christopher to Receive LIBN's 40 Under 40 Award • John Christopher Attends NYSBA's "Bridging the Gap" Program • Court Denies Motions to Dismiss Lawsuit to Challenge Proposed Long Beach Superblock Development Project • Electrical Inspection Company Succeeds in Lawsuit Alleging Deceptive Claims Made by Competitor and Obtains Injunctive Relief and Attorney's Fees · Firm Obtains Rezoning Approvals for New Day Care Center • Elaine Colavito's "Bench Briefs" Appears In Suffolk Lawyer • Firm Co-Sponsors RESA Presentation at Fordham Law School • Download Our Brochure

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