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Lally & Misir, LLP is a premier, AV rated law firm with roots that go back over fifty years in the New York metropolitan area. We represent clients in administrative, state, federal and international courts, and in domestic and overseas commercial transactions.
We provide our clients with sophisticated legal counsel, combined with the personalized, responsive service of a small firm. Our attorneys are recognized as leaders in the legal profession, and are graduates of top ranking law schools in the United States.
Our attorneys have served, among other things, in the White House Counsel’s Office, as senior officials in the United States federal government and foreign governments, on the New York State Supreme Court, as counsel to companies in the venture capital, energy, hospitality and transportation sectors, as private counsel to elected officials and political campaigns, as special counsel to local governments, and as law professors at top ranked law schools around the globe. We are also active in federal and local bar associations, serving as leaders in the legal community.
We achieve value driven results, often taking on the “unwinnable” or novel matters, to help our clients achieve the best possible result. We have won significant cases with published judicial decisions in both the Federal and State appellate courts.
We invite you to learn more about Lally & Misir, LLP, and look forward to providing you with the highest quality of legal service.
Lally & Misir, LLP is a premier, AV rated law firm with roots that go back over 50 years in the New York metropolitan area.
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Mueller set to reveal new details in Manafort, Cohen cases
Dec. 07, 2018 - 3:39 - Deborah Misir, former ethics attorney for the White House counsel’s office, weighs in on Robert Mueller’s decision to call off Paul Manafort’s plea deal after he allegedly lied to investigators.
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