Top Fairport Internet Lawyers - New York

  • 304 South Franklin Street,The Crown Building Syracuse NY 13202 43.04853 -76.155785

    I, Michael Spano, founded my Syracuse law office with the goal of protecting the rights of those accused of crimes in Onondaga County and surrounding Central New York. I decided to pursue a career in criminal law after spending a decade as a prosecutor in the Onondaga County District Attorney's Office. It was there where I learned the difference a defense attorney can make in the lives of the...

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    5555 Main Street Buffalo NY 14221 42.96237 -78.74606

    Our Mission Our law practice has one paramount objective, "Protecting everything you can imagine!" Our People and Experience To meet this goal, our firm employs talented attorneys with a wealth of experience in intellectual property law, science, engineering and technology. Our patent attorneys have backgrounds in electrical, mechanical and aeronautical engineering, chemistry,...

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    37 Franklin St ,Suite 800 Buffalo NY 14202 42.88159 -78.87779

    Since the beginning of his legal career, Edward A. Sundquist at Lewis & Lewis, P.C., has worked diligently to ensure the clients at our law firm receive the highest-quality legal services possible. Today, he continues to strive for excellence when assisting both individuals and business clients from Buffalo and throughout New York state's Erie County with a variety of legal needs, including...

  • 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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