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WHEN IT REALLY MATTERS

A full service law firm providing comprehensive legal, transactional and advisory services, LBC&C is a recognized leader in insurance law and professional liability defense. With a proven track record of successfully defending legal, accounting, business and design professionals, LBC&C is with you every step of the way because we know it really matters.

L’ABBATE, BALKAN, COLAVITA & CONTINI, L.L.P.

Attorneys

Our attorneys are skilled and experienced litigators, having represented clients in all phases of litigation from the initial claim process and pleadings through trial and appeal.

Practice Areas

LBC&C provides a full range of legal services to professionals, businesses and institutions nationwide. Organized into specific practice groups, all of a client’s legal matters can be handled at LBC&C.

Our Firm

Founded in 1981, LBC&C is one of the largest law firms on Long Island. Every matter entrusted to the Firm is handled with extreme pride, strong dedication, superior skills and steadfast diligence.

LATEST NEWS & PUBLICATIONS

05.21.20

Partner Marian C. Rice featured as guest speaker on NYSBA Podcast "Miranda Warnings - A Step-by-Step Guide On How To Reopen Your Law Firm"

"It's not the flick of a switch, it's a dimmer switch" Ms. Rice advised regarding the reopening of law firms in the NY Metro area. Read more about this important and timely podcast...

05.18.20

Partner William T. McCaffery to present webinar “Risk Management 101 – Ethical Considerations and Practice Guidance for New Lawyers", on May 21, 2020, as part of two-day NYSBA Bridging the Gap CLE Program

This NYSBA sponsored course is designed to help newly admitted attorneys develop a foundation in the practical skills, techniques, and procedures that are essential to the practice of law.

05.14.20

Partner Douglas R. Halstrom to present “Ethics for Engineers" seminar to The American Council of Engineering Companies of New Jersey on Monday, May 18, 2020

This timely ethics course is useful for design professionals in both New York and New Jersey, and will discuss in depth the ethical concerns applicable to engineers.