Visit my New York Business Law website: www.conwaybusinesslaw.com Before going to... more
Visit my New York Business Law website: www.conwaybusinesslaw.com Before going to law school, I ran an event production company. I chose to go into law for two reasons: I was bored with the business once it became successful, needing greater intellectual stimulation, and I'd always had a strong sense of justice. I had started my own business because I couldn't get a job with my psychology de... view profile
Christopher M. Gioe, Esq. I graduated from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 2005.... more
Christopher M. Gioe, Esq. I graduated from Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 2005. Based on dedication and exceptional academic performance I graduated law school in two years on an accelerated program. Upon returning to New York, I was appointed by the District Attorney, Thomas J. Spota to a position as an Assistant District Attorney with Suffolk County. There I prosecuted thousands of misdemean... view profile
Resident of Merrick for over 40 years, serving Nassau, Suffolk and the five boroughs.... more
Resident of Merrick for over 40 years, serving Nassau, Suffolk and the five boroughs. Representing buyers, sellers, landlords, tenants, builders and numerous lenders in both commercial and residential matters. Now in our 25th year of service. I believe in a hands on, personal approach. Available virtually 24/7 via e mail or telephone. Practice areas include Real Estate, Landlord and Tenant, Wil... view profile
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