I recently returned to the upstate New York area after almost a decade in Southern... more
I recently returned to the upstate New York area after almost a decade in Southern California, where I was a defense counsel in products liability, toxic tort, and personal injury actions. Although I love Southern California, my homesickness and desire to expand my practice area led me back to the Albany area. Currently, I am incorporating my background with an expansion into family law, mat... view profile
Cory Dalmata was born and raised in Fulton County, New York, where he and his family... more
Cory Dalmata was born and raised in Fulton County, New York, where he and his family still reside. He is a graduate of St. Lawrence University in Canton, New York. After completion of his under-graduate degree, Mr. Dalmata took some time to ski the Wasatch while living and working at Alta/Snowbird, Utah and then attended LawSchool at Lewis and ClarkCollege’s School of Law in PortlandOregon. ... view profile
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