Robert J. La Reddola is a 1995 graduate of St. John's University School of Law. He attended Law School in the evenings while working full time as a civil engineer. He is admitted to practice in the State of New York, State of Connecticut and the United States District Courts for the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York. He received his Bachelor's Degree in Engineering from Manhattan College School of Engineering, where he graduated as valedictorian of his class. Prior to establishing his own firm in 1997, he was an associate with the New York City law firm Mazur Carp & Rubin. Robert is an active member of the Bar Association of the City of New York and Nassau County Bar Association. As a dedicated commercial law attorney with a focus on construction law, his practice includes significant cases in many aspects of New York City construction including contractual disputes, liens, bond claims, ECB and LPB violations, arbitration and mediations. He is a court approved mediator for both general and commercial mediations. He is also a court approved mediator for bankruptcy court.
The fact patterns of his cases range from international business transactions, balcony repairs, mold remediation, complex HVAC issues, start-up of a sewage treatment plant, crane accidents, and Federal Contract work under the Federal Acquisition Rules among many others His work includes navigating the path to the NYC Procurement Policy Board and appeals. He is also well practiced in corporate disputes and Not For Profit law. He provides Pro Bono and compensated legal representation to those involuntarily confined in the Mental Health System, with an aim towards maximum independence. He has litigated to completion significant 14th Amendment cases involving due process and loss of property without a hearing.
As part of his Federal Civil Rights practice, he has successfully litigated the case of Razzano v. County of Nassau, 765 F.Supp.2d 176, and Panzella v. County of Nassau, 2015 WL 5607750; EDNY, Aug. 26, 2015. He has represented numerous private individuals seeking to have their firearms rights restored post arrest or other disqualification