Amy actively engages with her clients to understand their unique needs and goals, and provides tailored, practical advice on real property transactions for corporations and non-profits.
Amy’s involvement in a wide variety of property transactions has provided her with a well-rounded skill set enabling her to assist her clients with unique needs they may have relative to leases, subleases, easements, and purchase agreements to name a few. Amy has conducted detailed and thorough research pertaining to property rights and various municipal matters and has assisted with property and municipal litigation matters.
In addition to her real property experience, Amy is involved with the environmental practice group. She has provided assistance to clients relating to pesticide regulations, endangered species, recent regulation changes of the State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA), nationwide permit program and mold abatement.
Amy is a graduate of Syracuse University College of Law. During law school, Amy externed with Hon. Brian F. DeJoseph of the Appellate Division Fourth Department and the Madison County Attorney’s Office.