The firm specializes in employment and labor law with an emphasis on the employee's and union's interests. In addition, the firm provides a full range of legal services through the Civil Service Employees Association ("CSEA") P.L.A.N. for union members in need. The P.L.A.N. is a prepaid service and is available to all participants at any time. The firm is fully equipped and prepared to handle all of your legal needs. Louis D. Stober, Jr., admitted to both New York and...Read more
The firm specializes in employment and labor law with an emphasis on the employee's and union's interests. In addition, the firm provides a full range of legal services through the Civil Service Employees Association ("CSEA") P.L.A.N. for union members in need. The P.L.A.N. is a prepaid service and is available to all participants at any time. The firm is fully equipped and prepared to handle all of your legal needs.
Louis D. Stober, Jr., admitted to both New York and Federal Courts since 1984 has extensive background, expertise and experience in representing unions and employees. He is Regional Attorney for the CSEA for Nassau County, representing over 26,000 employees. Mr. Stober has represented CSEA for over twenty one years handling over 100 arbitrations per year as well as all trials, appeals and administrative proceedings with great success, winning millions of dollars for union members every year. Mr. Stober also represents the School Administrators Association of New York State from the Hudson Valley through Long Island and the Uniformed Fire Fighters Association Local 287. His expertise and experience is well known and well regarded. A tough litigator who knows how to win, Mr. Stober takes pride in the success he has brought to the thousands of union members he has represented over the years. Mr. Stober is in daily contact with union leaders and is consulted on all union matters. Mr. Stober is also well versed in discrimination law and has won substantial cases including a $2,050,000 verdict for discrimination against a female doctor at the Northport VA Medical Center and a $1,096,000 verdict for discrimination against a female Assistant Vice President of Associates First Capital. Mr. Stober heads a legal team that is well known and recognized as the leaders in the representation of labor unions and employees on Long Island.
Anthony P. Giustino, admitted in New York and New Jersey has also been a valuable member of the firm in his of counsel role. Retired President of CSEA Local 830, Mr. Giustino brings many years of union and negotiation experience to the firm. Mr. Giustino has also added valuable decisions in the area of Labor and Employment law. A skilled litigator, Mr. Giustino is also adept at real estate, personal injury and other litigation matters.
You can trust your legal matters will be promptly, aggressively and successfully handled by this experienced team. Now, we are bringing this same success and winning attitude to all areas of the law through the Prepaid Legal P.L.A.N. Call us anytime to handle all your legal needs. We have a particular emphasis on Personal Injury, Real Estate, Wills, Estates, Matrimonial, Family and Criminal Law. Enjoy our website, stroll through our Trophy Room and we will continue to update and bring you the latest in decisions, information and insight.
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Personal injury attorney Louis D. Stober, Jr., assists clients from communities throughout Long Island, New York, and the Hudson Valley area, including Brooklyn, Bronx, Manhattan, Queens, Staten Island, Albany, Carmel, Catskill, Garden City, Glen Cove, Goshen, Hempstead, Hudson, Kingston, Long Beach, Mineola, Newburgh, New City, New York City, Oyster Bay, Poughkeepsie, Riverhead, Troy, White Plains, Yonkers; and others in Albany County, Columbia County, Dutchess County, Greene County, Kings County, Nassau County, Orange County, Putnam County, Richmond County, Rensselaer County, Rockland County, Suffolk County, Ulster County, and Westchester County in injury and wrongful death claimsRead less
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