Serving The Capital Region For Over 30 Years
A Law Firm Built On Ethics
Integrity is the cornerstone of Lombardi Walsh Davenport & Amodeo, P.C. It informs every decision and client interaction.
Labor And Employment Law
Rely On Over 100 Years Of Experience
At Lombardi, Walsh, Davenport and Amodeo, P.C., our attorneys have over 100 years of combined legal experience. We can capably evaluate your case and provide creative strategies that meet your needs.
Our lawyers are widely recognized for their ethical representation and dedication to clients. Attorney Richard Walsh was selected for inclusion in New York’s list of Super Lawyers for labor and employment law from 2007-2018.
Addressing Your Ongoing Legal Needs
We are a team of strong litigators who can represent you in state or federal court. However, we are also strategic negotiators and can help you through mediation or arbitration. We use the resolution strategy that offers the greatest benefit.
A full-service firm, our attorneys regularly represent clients with cases involving:
- Business law and commercial litigation
- Labor and employment litigation
- Personal injury
- Wrongful death claims
- Estate planning and administration
- Probate and estate litigation
- Real estate law
Once you work with us, you can retain our services for all your ongoing legal needs.
Partner With A Team You Can Trust
At Lombardi Walsh Davenport & Amodeo, P.C., you are our top priority. We will answer all your questions and provide the honest counsel you need.
When you have a serious legal concern, you need a trustworthy lawyer with the experience to secure the best possible outcome. Call us at 518-347-9416 to schedule a consultation. You may also contact our firm online. Located in Albany, we represent clients throughout the Capital Region.
“Paul is not only an excellent attorney, but he is an incredible human being. He truly cares about his clients, and goes above and beyond for them. I will be forever grateful to him. I highly recommend him for all legal counsel and representation needed.”