LaReddola Lester & Associates, LLP

August 2021

In the matter of Lambert Henry v. County of Nassau, et al., 20-1027-cv, the Second Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals recently reversed the U.S. District Court’s dismissal of Henry’s Second Amendment claim and held for the first time in New York State the existence of an individual’s Second Amendment Right. The Court also gave guidance… Continue reading August 2021

July 2021

In July 2021 La Reddola, Lester & Associates, LLP filed an Amici Curiae brief in NYSRPA v. Bruen pending before the United States Supreme Court in support of gun license reform in New York State. https://llalawfirm.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/305995_Brief-AS-FILED-1.pdf

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June 2021

Robert J. La Reddola has been designated to serve as a Mediator for the Commercial Division- Nassau County pursuant to Administrative Order 8-2021 of the Tenth Judicial District-Nassau County.  Robert currently serves as Mediator with the Queens Commercial Division and Eastern District of New York Bankruptcy Court.

June 2020

Link to Interview: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kxnZZycg0ig&t=851s   Nassau County Police Department Pattern of Discrimination in Issuance of Pistol Licenses As a Result of the Lack of the “Shall Issue” Home Premises Pistol License   Two cases are now pending in Federal Court, which challenge the discretionary standard for the issuance and revocation of pistol licenses by the… Continue reading June 2020

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May 2020

La Reddola, Lester & Associates recently represented two doctors, who were alleged to be investors in a corporation and were accused of diverting assets from one corporation to another in an attempt to defraud their investment partner.  As the allegations against them were completely  false and without merit, our firm filed a motion to dismiss the… Continue reading May 2020

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September 2018

In a recent decision involving the New York Rising Program, the Court reversed a decision to deny a homeowners previously approved claim for damage to his home caused by Superstorm Sandy.  Petitioner’s State Historic Residence in Herkimer County experienced serious damage due to storm surge caused by Hurricane Sandy. Petitioner applied for assistance from New… Continue reading September 2018

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October 2017

The Firm obtained victory on a motion to dismiss under the doctrine of forum non conveniens.   The Court ruled that since all named parties were located in either the State of Florida or the Dominican Republic, and the the actions complained of occurred in either Florida or Dominican Republic, allowing this matter to proceed in… Continue reading October 2017

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September 2017

LLA Wins Client Opportunity to Redeem Tax Lien and Recover Title to Valuable Commercial Property The Firm obtained a rare court victory that allowed its client to redeem a tax lien on a valuable commercial property after the issuance of a Treasurer’s Deed for the property to the tax lien purchaser.  The Firm obtained a… Continue reading September 2017

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Friday, July 28, 2017

Federal Appeals Court upholds decision against municipality for Fourteenth Amendment due process violations for Unlawful Retention of Shotguns and Rifles. The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has just affirmed the decision of Judge Azrack requiring prompt return of firearms after dismissal of an ex parte, Temporary or Expired Order of Protection. … Continue reading Friday, July 28, 2017

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July 2017

Update: Panzella v. Nassau County Sheriff Nassau County’s appeal of the United States District Court’s order granting  Panzella an injunction that allows her a hearing to determine whether the County must return her longarms has been denied. See July Decision of United Court of Appeals

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