Attorney Graig F. Zappia Joins O’Connell and Aronowitz
Albany law firm O’Connell and Aronowitz is pleased to announce that attorney Graig F. Zappia has joined the broad service firm as Of Counsel. He brings his extensive experience to the firm’s Business Law and Commercial Litigation departments.
Before joining O’Connell and Aronowitz, Graig was Partner at a regional law firm and was previously founder of his own solo practice and its in-house title company. His general practice law firm focused on real estate, small business and civil litigation.
“Graig is an accomplished business law and litigation attorney who will contribute to the versatility of our expanding business and commercial law practice,” said Jeffrey Siegel, who heads the firm’s business law and commercial litigation departments.
Representing small businesses in asset acquisitions and sales, entity formations and advising clients in commercial litigation matters, Graig also represents private real estate clients, developers, banks and other institutional lenders in their real estate transactions.
“The addition of Graig to our firm marks the beginning of an expansion that will enable us to continue providing the highest quality and diversity of services to our business clients,” Siegel said.
Graig has been named to the Upstate New York Rising Stars List by Super Lawyers, which acknowledges attorneys under 40 years old and in practice less than 10 years. The distinction is earned by less than 2.5% of attorneys in the state. He is a graduate of Albany Law School and earned his undergraduate degree at Siena College.
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