Bleakley Platt regularly partners with and litigates against national law firms in complex, high-stakes commercial litigation.
Competing and Partnering with National Law Firms
Our litigators try cases in state and federal courts and through alternative dispute resolution platforms. We can mobilize quickly to secure emergency provisional remedies and handle appeals at all levels.
For eight decades Bleakley Platt has established a culture of community service and social responsibility, with pro bono representation of charitable organizations and the most vulnerable members of our community.
Our experienced environmental attorneys represent diverse clients throughout New York State and the Northeast on regulatory matters, agency enforcement matters, due diligence, litigation claims and a multitude of other environmental exposures and concerns.
Our seasoned appellate litigators provide our clients with the critical edge needed to uphold a victory or overcome an adverse decision on appeal, at any level of the State and Federal appellate courts.
Over 80 years as the preeminent law firm in Westchester County and the Hudson Valley
Founded in 1937, Bleakley Platt & Schmidt is a firm of legal professionals with decades of experience, dedicated to serving our clients and our community. With offices in White Plains, New York and Greenwich, Connecticut, Bleakley Platt & Schmidt represents national clients as well as clients from the New York metropolitan region, ranging from the five boroughs of New York City to Westchester and the Hudson Valley as well as southern Connecticut.
I often use Google Maps, the Westchester County Geographic Information Systems, and other web-based mapping services in my cases to find visual information about specific locations around the world that are relevant. Using those maps during depositions is easy. But getting those maps admitted into evidence at a trial or hearing would require an evidentiary […]
In the United States, the Bankruptcy Code allows individuals and entities (“debtor”) who cannot repay their debts to seek relief from some or all of those debts. One of the peculiar aspects of the Bankruptcy Code is that 11 U.S.C. § 365(a) enables a debtor to reject “executory contracts,” which are contracts that neither party […]
Brendan H. Buschman, a member of the firm’s Elder Law and Special Needs Practice Group, will give a CLE seminar on Supplemental Needs Trusts for the Mamaroneck Harrison Larchmont Bar Association in conjunction with Benchmark Title on Friday, June 7, 2019 at Emilio’s Ristorante, Harrison, NY. The presentation will review such topics as Self-Settled Supplemental […]