Small firm of attorneys who practice in the state and federal courts of Westchester County, neighboring counties, and New York City.
Our members have served as Village Attorney for Hastings-on-Hudson (1984), Irvington (2008 - ), Mount Kisco (2000-2004), Croton-on-Hudson (2005-2006), Sleepy Hollow (1999-2003), Ardsley (1999-2002), and Elmsford (1999-2001), and as special counsel to the Village of Pelham, the Towns of Somers and Greenburgh, the City of New Rochelle and dozens of other municipalities. In addition to our extensive municipal practice, each attorney has his or her area of concentration. Marianne Stecich represents individuals and developers in variance, subdivision, site plan, and zoning amendment applications before planning and zoning boards throughout the County. She also regularly represents both individuals and municipalities in Article 78 proceedings, and has prosecuted and defended scores of appeals, in all areas of the law, to the First, Second, and Third Departments of the Appellate Division, the New York Court of Appeals, and the U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals. Brian Murphy's primary areas of practice are in municipal, personal injury, vehicle and traffic, and criminal law, including DWI/DUI . Edward Lammers primarily practices in the areas of personal injury, including auto accidents, slip and falls, construction site accidents, negligent supervision, and sexual assault. Statement of Practice Summary: Zoning Law; Land Use; Planning; Personal Injury; Contracts; Traffic Violations; Driving While Intoxicated; Family Law; Real Estate; Appellate Practice.
505 White Plains Road
Tarrytown NY 10591
The law office of Stecich Murphy & Lammers will represent your family legal matters.
Statement of Practice Summary: Zoning Law; Land Use; Planning; Personal Injury; Contracts; Traffic Violations; Driving While Intoxicated; Family Law; Real Estate; Appellate Practice.
-Zoning, Planning and Land Use
Clarke College, B.A., summa cum laude, 1970; Drew University, M.A., 1972
New York University, J.D., 1978
1979, New York; United States District Court, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York; U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit
Westchester County and New York State Bar Associations.
Chicago, Illinois, 1948
Member, NYU Law Review, 1977-1978. Arthur Garfield Hays Civil Liberties Fellow. Moot Court Advocacy Award. Co-Author: New York Civil Appellate Practice, West Publishing; various articles in law and bar journals. Instructor, NYU Law School, 1980-1983. Director, Legal Writing Program, NYU Law School, 1982-1983.
New York University
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