Bonesso of Forchelli Deegan Terrana honored by IAIG

November 06, 2018 - Long Island
William Bonesso, 
Forchelli Deegan Terrana

Uniondale, NY The Italian-Americans in Government, Inc. (IAIG) honored Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP partner William Bonesso at its Annual Celebration of Columbus Day Dinner.

Bonesso has experience in the areas of land use and zoning, real estate and municipal law. A frequent lecturer at Continuing Legal Education seminars, Bonesso concentrates his practice in providing land use and development counsel, preparing and presenting zoning and planning applications and the representation of clients in related litigation.  

Bonesso represents large corporate clients, small business owners, real estate developers and residential property owners in land use and subdivision applications to the various municipal boards and commissions of the towns, villages and cities throughout Nassau and Suffolk Counties. He is a director on the board of the Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce and is co-chair to the Chamber’s Government Relations Committee.  He was honored by the Huntington Township Chamber of Commerce at its Annual Golf Outing (2013). Long Island Business News named him a “One to Watch in Commercial Real Estate,” and a “Who’s Who in Real Estate.” Most recently, he was named a New York SuperLawyer.

Founded in 1976, Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP is one of Long Island’s most acclaimed and distinguished law firms.
Headquartered in Uniondale, NY, the Firm is conveniently located for clients in Nassau and Suffolk counties, as well as those in New York City. All of our attorneys have a high level of expertise in specific areas, as well as in the general practice of law. The Firm is thoroughly supported by a dedicated team of paralegals, law clerks, a highly skilled secretarial staff, and the most up-to-date computer technology.

The firm employs over 60 attorneys who provide counsel to a broad range of clients, including national, regional and local businesses, major real estate developers and organizations, banks, insurance companies, municipalities, educational institutions, contractors, architects/engineers and individuals. 

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