NYC Law Firm Menicucci Villa Cilmi Adds ‘Triple Threat’ Litigator to Legal Team

//NYC Law Firm Menicucci Villa Cilmi Adds ‘Triple Threat’ Litigator to Legal Team

NYC Law Firm Menicucci Villa Cilmi Adds ‘Triple Threat’ Litigator to Legal Team

Attorney Brendan T. Lantry, an experienced political counsel, criminal prosecutor and civil litigator is based at New York law firm’s Staten Island headquarters

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y.  – The legal team of Menicucci Villa Cilmi PLLC (MVC) is marking the recent addition of accomplished civil litigator, former political counsel and criminal prosecutor Brendan T. Lantry.

“I’m delighted to have Brendan Lantry on board,” said Michael M. Menicucci, the law firm’s founder and managing partner. “His litigation experience, political savvy, and courtroom acuity are a ‘triple threat,’ and support MVC’s mission of providing the expertise and dedication our clients expect of us.”

Lantry, 31, experienced a variety of legal roles prior to joining Menicucci Villa Cilmi as an associate in late 2017, such as: Litigation associate with one of New York City’s premier medical malpractice defense firms; district director to Congressman Daniel (Dan) M. Donovan Jr.; counsel to former New York City Council Minority Leader Vincent M. Ignizio; assistant district attorney in Kings County, and legislative aide to State Sen. Andrew J. Lanza.

In his new position, Lantry is primarily focusing upon civil litigation, including commercial and personal injury litigation, as well as election law matters, commercial agreements and real estate transactions.

“MVC maintains a stellar reputation in the Staten Island litigation, real estate, and commercial-transaction legal communities,” Lantry said. “I’m elated to join this team of fine professionals in providing diligent and efficient legal representation to the Staten Island and Brooklyn communities, and all of metropolitan New York. Thank you to Michael Menicucci and the rest of the MVC team for providing me with this opportunity.”

 

 

February 3rd, 2018|MVC News|