New York Ethics & Professional Responsibility Lawyers, Attorneys and Law Firms - New York

At the law firm of Mischel & Horn, P.C., in New York, New York, we focus our practice exclusively on civil and criminal appeals, and we serve a diverse range of individuals and institutional clients throughout the New York City metro region and the surrounding areas of New Jersey, Long Island and Westchester County, as well as in appellate courts across the country. Backed by our decades of...

Through our main office in Manhattan, The Law Offices of Sanford F. Young, P.C., serves the legal needs of individuals, families, business owners and other attorneys throughout New York City's five boroughs and across the major metropolitan region. Founded in 1978 by experienced attorney Sanford F. Young, our law firm offers a full range of legal services in a wide variety of practice areas,...

David A. Lewis Law PLLC was founded to provide lawyers and law firms with practical counsel in all matters involving legal ethics and risk management. Based in New York City metropolitan area, Mr. Lewis offers counsel and representation on a wide range of legal issues that attorneys face in the course of their practice, including: Risk Management and Professional Liability Counseling Disciplinary...

Nicholas C. Cooper practices exclusively within the very narrow areas of law concerning attorney disciplinary matters and legal ethics and professional responsibility. Since serving in positions as Chief Counsel to the Departmental Disciplinary and Grievance Committees in both the Appellate Divisions 1st and 2nd Departments of the Supreme Court of the State of New York, Mr. Cooper has spent nearly...

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