Top Grand Island Defamation Lawyers - New York

  • 221 Central Avenue Fredonia NY 14063 42.45119 -79.33408

    Gullo Law Office, John P. Gullo II, Attorney at Law, is located on Central Avenue in Fredonia, New York, directly across the street from SUNY Fredonia's Campus. Our office is located in the historic Otto Hakes House on the corner of Cottage Street. We are happy to take your call on any legal matter and, if necessary, refer you to other local attorneys that can serve your needs. For example, we do...

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    125 State Street Rochester NY 14614 43.157574 -77.61479

    Attorney John LaDuca founded LaDuca Law Firm with the goal of providing personalized legal services to the residents of Rochester and surrounding western New York.  Today, John, his son and partner, Anthony LaDuca, along with associate attorney David Pilato continue to work toward John's original goal by building longstanding relationships with clients who need help overcoming legal...

  • The Strong Todd House Rochester NY 14607 43.152237 -77.58564

    At the law firm of Thomas & Solomon LLP in Rochester, New York, we devote our practice exclusively to employment law and helping aggrieved employees find justice for their serious legal challenges. Serving clients across western New York, the attorneys at our law firm possess decades of combined legal experience, and we have achieved unprecedented success advocating on behalf of those who...

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    247 W. Fayette St.,Suite 203 Syracuse NY 13202 43.048492 -76.155174

    Representing individuals, small and large businesses, and government agencies, Scalfone Law, PLLC, in Syracuse, New York, provides focused counsel on construction law. The law firm proudly serves clients in the Syracuse area, as well as throughout the state and on the U.S. Virgin Islands, with matters including site acquisition, environmental issues, licensing and permitting, eminent domain,...

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