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Trial Lawyers serving Upstate New York

At the Law Office of Teresi & Little, PLLC, we understand that litigation can be stressful and emotional so we take a client centered approach to every case.

 
At Teresi & Little we understand that litigation can be stressful and emotional so we take a client centered approach to every case. Keeping the client informed, involved and apprised of the litigation creates trust and relieves the stress of litigation. We will always keep you informed and aware of all changes that may affect your case.
The Law Office of Teresi & Little, PLLC is a litigation law firm that represents individuals and businesses in civil and criminal cases in Albany,, NY. Whether you are charged with a serious criminal offense, sustained severe personal injuries, or dealing with a complex business issue Teresi & Little can counsel you through your legal issues. Our background as public defenders, as a former prosecutor and civil litigation attorney provides a multi-dimensional approach to solving the most complex legal issues.
 
New York Civil Attorneys at Work - Albany and Lake George, New York
 
If you are facing a legal issue contact the Law Office of Teresi & Little, PLLC. We are committed to providing excellent legal service and obtaining just results for our clients.
 

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Gregory J. Teresi - Litigation Law Firm in Lake George, NY
 

Gregory J. Teresi

Gregory J. Teresi, a graduate of Le Moyne College and Albany Law School, primarily focuses on criminal defense and civil litigation as well as zoning and municipal issues. Mr. Teresi has served the residents of the City of Cohoes, Village of Ravena, Town of Coeymans and City of Albany, handling various legal matters including civil litigation, labor law, and contract disputes.
As the Corporation Counsel for the City of Cohoes, Mr. Teresi is primarily responsible for advising the Mayor, members of the Common Council, and other City Officials, on the myriad of legal issues that affect the City of Cohoes. Mr. Teresi has also served as a criminal defense attorney since graduating from Law School and just recently as a public defender, challenging the justice system to ensure the rights of his clients are being protected. Mr. Teresi handles a vast array of criminal cases, civil litigation, contract matters, land use issues, code violations and the various other legal problems that arise therein.
 
Mr. Teresi is admitted to practice law before all State and Local Courts of New York and before the United States District Court for the Northern District of New York. He is an active member of the New York State Bar Association, Albany County Bar Association and Northern District of New York Federal Bar Association. Mr. Teresi serves as a coach for the Cohoes High School Mock Trial Team as well as a board member for the Addiction Care Center of Albany.

 
William T. Little - Litigation Law Firm in Lake George, NY
 

William T. Little

In 2013, William T. Little co-founded the Law Office of Teresi & Little, PLLC with his law-school trial team partner Gregory Teresi. He practices primarily in the fields of civil and commercial litigation and criminal defense and heads the firm's civil litigation practice.
Mr. Little graduated from the State University of New York, College at Albany where he received a B.A. in Political Science with a minor in Criminal Justice. He went on to received his Law Degree from Albany Law School, where he was an Associate Editor for the Albany Law School Environmental Outlook Journal. Mr. Little was selected to represent Albany Law School in two mock trial competitions making it to the finals with Gregory Teresi.
 
Mr. Little started his career working at a large litigation firm in Albany, New York practicing primarily in the areas of commercial litigation, personal injury litigation, municipal liability, employment discrimination, products liability, and labor law claims. He has represented clients in New York State and Federal courts, before the New York State Court of Claims, and numerous state agencies including the EEOC, the New York State Division of Human Rights and the New York State Department of Financial Services.
Mr. Little is the immediate past-President of the Capital District Black and Hispanic Bar Association, a current member of the Board of Directors of the Albany County Bar Association, General Counsel to the Arbor Hill Development Corporation, and District Representative for the Torts Insurance and Compensation Law Section of the New York State Bar Association. He is honored to serve on the Albany County Bar Association's Judicial Selection Committee and Albany County Democratic Law Committee.
Mr. Little has lectured on topics related to New York State and Federal Practice and for employers on issues related to sexual, racial, and other types of harassment, discrimination, and affirmative action. Mr. Little was selected to the New York State Super Lawyers “Rising Stars” list in 2014 and 2015, an honor reserved for less than 2.5% of lawyers in New York State.

 
Sarah M. Engster - Litigation Law Firm in Lake George, NY
 

Sarah M. Engster

Sarah M. Engster is an associate attorney concentrating her practice in the areas of civil litigation and criminal defense in local, county and Supreme courts throughout the State of New York. practice.
Ms. Engster joined Teresi & Little shortly after graduating from Albany Law School of Union College in 2015. She graduated from American University in 2008, having earned a Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies: Communications, Law, Economics, and Government. While attending Albany Law School, Ms. Engster was a Research Assistant to Professor Patrick M. Connors, Editor in Chief of the Center for Judicial Process, and an Associate Editor of the Albany Law Review.
Prior to joining Teresi & Little, Ms. Engster gained practical experience as a judicial intern to the Hon. Christine M. Clark, Supreme Court Appellate Division, Third Department; an intern with the Albany County Office of the Public Defender; and as a legal intern at Katten Muchin Rosenman, LLP. Ms. Engster previously worked as a litigation clerk in Washington, D.C. at Finnegan, Henderson, Farabow, Garrett & Dunner, LLP in the firms Patent Litigation practice.
 
 
 
 
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