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Our experience in all areas of land development, real estate, zoning, environmental law and related litigation is reflected in our deep bench of well-trained attorneys. We are effective oral and written advocates, whether presenting a land use application, arguing in Court, preparing litigation papers, negotiating a transaction, or fashioning strategy with clients.Meet Us
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Guiding clients through federal, state and local zoning, land use and environmental regulatory processes.
Litigating in federal, state and municipal courts, at both the trial and appellate levels, as well as before administrative agencies.
Experienced in real estate and business transactions.
Zarin & Steinmetz represents private and municipal clients in all aspects of land use and zoning. Our clients include major developers, corporations, institutions, local governments, individual homeowners, and community/public interest groups. Z&S often serves as Special Counsel to municipalities on large-scale redevelopment projects. We invite you to explore our Case Studies and Practice Areas to learn more about our work. See All Case Studies
News and Events
David Steinmetz & Jody Cross Secure Favorable Determination For The Siting Of A Community Residential Facility in Mt. Pleasant
Following an evidentiary hearing, NYS OPWDD determined YAI may establish a community residence for 6 adults with developmental disabilities.Read More
Michael Zarin and David Cooper Publish Article in the NY Law Journal Questioning Government’s Ability to Take Property to Build Border Wall
The article is entitled: “Sufficient ‘Public Purpose’ to Take Property for Trump’s Wall?,” N.Y. Law Journal, March 13, 2019, at 5.Read More
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