Ronald Shields Cook, LL.M., J.D., M.B.A. Degrees, Certifications, Licenses LL.M.... more
Ronald Shields Cook, LL.M., J.D., M.B.A. Degrees, Certifications, Licenses LL.M. Master's Degree in Law J.D. Law Degree M.B.A. Master's Degree in Business Administration B.S.B.A. Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration NY Teaching Permit (1991) NY Attorney in good standing Admitted to Federal Court (Eastern and Southern Districts) Admitted to the U.S. Tax Court We... view profile
I have practicing law for 41 years. I began as a staff attorney for the Legal Aid... more
I have practicing law for 41 years. I began as a staff attorney for the Legal Aid Society (Public Defender) and then joined the suffolk County District Attorney's Office for 3 years heading the white collar investigation bureau and then serving as Chief Assistant District attorney. I began my private practice in 1978 and now specialize almost exclusively in the area of criminal defense. Our law... view profile
Michael Levine is, without a doubt, the prime example of a “Go-Getter”. In his... more
Michael Levine is, without a doubt, the prime example of a “Go-Getter”. In his nearly 30 years of practice, Michael has never stopped chasing after perfection, and his reputation and record are a shining reflection of this. If you’re looking for an attorney who is the rare combination of experienced, hard-charging, tactical, spirited, and unfailingly caring, you’ve found him. At RGLZ we someti... view profile
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