Offering A Wide Array Of Other Legal Services

Cohen & Lombardo, P.C., is a full-service law firm with offices in Buffalo and Amherst. In addition to personal injury law, family law, and estate planning and probate law, we handle the following areas of practice:

  • Arbitration — This form of alternative dispute resolution involves having a neutral third party make the final determination.
  • Banking — Our law firm regularly represents national and local banks, lenders, borrowers and other parties in New York.
  • Bankruptcy — We are skilled in the laws pertaining to Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy petitions, and our lawyers represent both debtors* and creditors.
  • Business law — Within corporate law, our clients range from individual entrepreneurs to large, publicly traded companies.
  • Civil litigation — We assist clients with a wide range of civil litigation matters, ranging from contract disputes to landlord-tenant disputes.
  • Debtor/creditor disputes — From corporate debt collection to debt reorganization, we have the experience clients seek.
  • Entertainment law — Our clients include television personalities, recording studios, acclaimed authors and many other artists and businesses.
  • Environmental issues — We handle cases related to air pollution, hazardous waste, land use and development, water treatment and much more.
  • Insurance law — Our law firm is a respected name in insurance defense as well as plaintiff representation.
  • Intellectual property — From copyright and trademark disputes to software licensing agreements, our attorneys are skilled in protecting clients' intellectual property.
  • Municipal law — We have a detailed understanding of zoning variances, public works contracts and numerous other areas of municipal law.
  • Real estate — Our lawyers assist buyers and sellers with both commercial and residential transactions.

Schedule a consultation about any area of practice by calling 716-262-8428 or contacting us online.

*We are a debt relief agency. We help people file for bankruptcy relief under the Bankruptcy Code.