Eminent Domain and the Reimagining of New York

New York

Event details:

8:00am EDT on Thursday, October 20, 2022
9:30am EDT on Thursday, October 20, 2022
Joseph A. Martino Hall at Fordham University
45 Columbus Avenue, Conference Room # 525
New York , NY 10023

NYC Covid Restrictions Apply.  You must show proof of vaccination and ID, and wear a mask when necessary. 

Directions to: Joseph A. Martino Hall at 45 Columbus Avenue, NY, NY 10023.  Take the 1, A, C, B or D train to Columbus Circle then cross Broadway and walk along West 60th Street 1 block west to Columbus Avenue.  Turn right on Columbus Avenue and walk 1 block crossing West 61st Street.  Martino Hall is the first building on the right-hand side, entrance is at the grade level.  If you registered your name will be on the list with the security guard.  If not mention the LAI meeting in Conference Room # 525.

For members who are unable to attend in person and members from other chapters we will also be broadcasting the event via zoom and encourage you to log on if you can't make it.  *When registering indicate whether you are attending in person or via zoom.  You will receive the zoom link when you register.




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This event is open to All LAI members globally.
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Philip A. Sanchez, Esq. is counsel in the firm's Litigation Department and the co-chair of the firm's Eminent Domain Practice, bringing with him over two decades of legal experience in both the public and private sectors.

Philip has extensive experience in all aspects of eminent domain law.  Over the years, Philip has successfully settled and litigated many cases on behalf of his clients in the New York State Courts at both the trial and appellate levels.

Philip has been recognized since 2015 by Thomson Reuters' Real Estate Super Lawyers, which identifies lawyers who have achieved a high degree of excellence and professional achievement.

Philip began his career as the Director of the Community Outreach Division at the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, where he worked from 1999-2001.  From 2001 until 2012, Philip was a partner at the eminent domain law firm of Goldstein, Rikon & Rikon.  Prior to joining Herrick, Philip LLP, he was a founder and named partner at Sanchez & Polovetsky, PLLC.  

For additional information on Philip go his website profile at: https://www.herrick.com/philip-a-sanchez-esq.