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Zarin & Steinmetz emphasizes attorney accessibility, responsiveness and personal attention. We collaborate with our clients to understand their business objectives and other priorities, and to formulate an appropriate, creative and pragmatic strategy. Our proactive approach achieves the results the Firm's clients deserve.

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Our Attorneys

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.

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Our Work

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 and Brad Schwartz Attend Ground Breaking Ceremony for Cortlandt Crossing Shopping Center

David and Brad attended a ground breaking ceremony in the Town of Cortlandt for the Cortland Crossing Shopping Center after receiving a rezoning and site plan approval.

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Michael Zarin, David Steinmetz & Jody Cross Named 2016 Super Lawyers

Michael, David and Jody were recently selected to the 2016 New York Super Lawyers list in the field of Land Use & Zoning. Only five percent of lawyers in the State are selected to this list annually.

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*UPDATE* Second Circuit Upholds S.D.N.Y. Decision In Favor Of Villages Against Federal Claims

The Second Circuit upheld the decision by U.S. Southern District of New York Judge Kenneth Karas, which dismissed civil rights claims against four Villages within the Town of Ramapo.

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