City & State New York’s 2020 Long Island Power 100
November 24, 2020
Where Long Island goes, so goes New York. Two years ago, Democrats picked up several Long Island seats in the state Senate, which proved pivotal in giving the party full control of the state Legislature and ushered in a wave of progressive policymaking. This year, Republicans bounced back on Long Island, holding onto their House seats while proving more competitive in state legislative contests as well. City & State’s Long Island Power 100 reflects those shifting political winds, highlighting not only the most powerful political figures in Nassau and Suffolk counties – elected officials, government appointees, business and labor leaders, academics and advocates – but also how they stack up against each other in 2020.
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________93. Robert Creighton Managing Partner, Farrell Fritz
At Farrell Fritz, Robert Creighton heads up a Uniondale law firm that handles a range of matters, from bankruptcy to commercial litigation to taxes. A health care specialist who represented Winthrop-University Hospital’s move to the NYU Langone health system, his expertise is invaluable as the industry contends with the coronavirus pandemic. The firm also opened an Albany office with a new regulatory and government relations practice in 2018.