Cullen and Dykman welcome Buckey as a partner in the litigation department

September 05, 2017 - Upstate New York

Albany, NY According to Cullen and Dykman LLP, Christopher Buckey has joined the firm as a partner in the litigation department. 

Buckey brings expertise in complex commercial, construction, real estate, zoning and land use, serious personal injury, wrongful death, insurance defense, and employment discrimination litigation. In addition, he has experience in trade secret and covenant not to compete disputes, as well as high profile constitutional litigation. 

Buckey earned his J.D. from Albany Law School of Union University and his B.A. from Siena College and has over 18 years of litigation trial and appellate experience before state and federal courts throughout New York state. 

“We are proud to welcome Chris to the firm. With his many talents, achievements and stellar reputation in the upstate market, we are confident Chris will bolster our already prominent litigation department. Chris will be a huge asset to our clients by having an experienced litigator based in the New York State Capital capable of meeting their litigation needs statewide,” said Christopher Palmer, managing partner of Cullen and Dykman 

Brian FitzGerald, Albany partner in charge, said, “With Chris joining the firm, we continue to implement our strategy of building out the Albany office with highly talented attorneys and look forward to continued future growth.” 

Cullen and Dykman LLP has been providing legal services to individual and institutional clients since 1850 and represents a wide range of clients including banks and other financial institutions; energy, telecommunications and water companies; large and small businesses; educational institutions; religious organizations; insurance companies; municipalities and not-for-profits; as well as individuals. The firm’s practice areas include banking finance and lending; corporate; energy and utilities; telecommunications; public utility regulation; environmental and land use; tax certiorari and eminent domain; real estate; regulatory and compliance; loan restructuring and foreclosure; bankruptcy and creditors’ rights; tort and commercial litigation; labor and employment law; municipal law; construction law; and trusts and estates.


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