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Anthony Galano, III


Anthony Galano, III, a member of the Firm, focuses his practice on state and federal court litigation, appellate work, and arbitration. His practice includes representing business entities and individuals in complex commercial litigation; his experience encompasses various construction disputes, real estate matters, mechanics’ liens, sophisticated contract and fraud disputes, unfair competition, consumer credit, judgment enforcement, copyright, trademark and Lanham Act cases.  He has represented multinational biopharmaceutical, engineering, construction and architectural firms, investment banks, various commercial and residential property owners and developers in New York, national franchisors, commodities traders, high-end transportation service providers, condominium associations and cooperative corporations, restaurant owners and a television news talent agency.  He also represents professionals in a variety of fields, including securities trading, engineering, architecture, fashion design, public relations, and real estate brokerage.  He has litigated before the American Arbitration Association, and the trial and appellate courts, state and federal, in New York, California, New Jersey and Florida.

Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Galano was a law clerk to the Hon. Joanna Seybert, United States District Court Judge, Eastern District of New York, and was associated with the firm of Sinnreich Wasserman & Grubin, LLP.

Mr. Galano received his Juris Doctor Degree from Pace University School of Law where he was the Editor-in-Chief of the Pace International Law Review. He authored “International Monetary Fund Response to the Brazilian Debt Crisis: Whether the Effects of Conditionality Have Undermined Brazil’s National Sovereignty,” 6 Pace Int’l L. Rev. 323.

Mr. Galano graduated cum laude from Skidmore College with honors in Political-Economy. He is admitted to practice law before the courts of New York, the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.