Farrell Fritz Increases Its Capacity In Environmental Law, Zoning and Land Use – New Partners Announ
January 10, 2003
Charlotte Biblow, a partner at Rivkin Radler since 1986, will join Farrell Fritz as a partner on Monday, January 13, 2003. Ms. Biblow concentrates her practice in the area of Environmental Law and will compliment Farrell Fritz’s strong existing Environmental Practice Group. She represents clients in all phases of civil litigation in both state and federal courts and before administrative agencies with emphasis on environmental law, toxic torts, product liability including lead paint, pesticides and repetitive stress matters, commercial litigation and
hazardous waste matters.
Anthony S. Guardino, who has been counsel with Farrell Fritz, became a partner effective January 1, 2003. Mr. Guardino concentrates his practice in municipal litigation, and use and zoning. He represents landowners, developers and municipalities in the litigation of land use and environmental matters before federal and state courts and regularly appears before municipal boards in connection with a broad range of land use applications. Mr. Guardino has served as counsel to the Board of Trustees, Planning Board and Board of Zoning Appeals of several villages in Nassau County and as Village Prosecutor in the Village of Sands Point, New York. He has also served as special counsel to the Village of Huntington Bay, New York.
Willets S. Meyer, who has been an associate with Farrell Fritz, has become counsel effective January 1, 2003. Mr. Meyer concentrates his practice in the area of Tax Certiorari in Nassau and Suffolk Counties and New York City, condemnation, representation of villages in the tax certiorari matters and general real estate and zoning. Mr. Meyer has recently been featured on News 12 regarding Nassau County’s tax reassessment program.
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