Vincent Pallaci - Kushnick Pallaci PLLC

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Vincent Pallaci

Kushnick Pallaci PLLC

445 Broad Hollow Road, Suite 124

Melville, NY 11747

6317527100

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Vincent T. Pallaci is the managing member of the firm where his practice concentrates on construction law.

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Practice Areas: Business > Commercial Litigation
Business > Construction Law
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This article provides a brief overview of key items that should be in a "license agreement" involving adjoining property construction.
Posted by Vincent Pallaci on 1.4.17 in Business - Construction.

A mechanic's lien can be a contractor's best option for securing payment on a project. This article discusses filing mechanic's liens on Long Island including private and public projects
Posted by Vincent Pallaci on 1.4.17 in Business - Construction.

A mechanic's lien can be a contractor's best option for securing payment on a project. This article discusses filing mechanic's liens on Long Island including private and public projects
Posted by Vincent Pallaci on 1.4.17 in Business - Construction.

A mechanic's lien can be a contractor's best option for securing payment on a project. This article discusses filing mechanic's liens on Long Island including private and public projects
Posted by Vincent Pallaci on 1.4.17 in Business - Construction.

OSHA citations should not necessarily be accepted right away. A careful review may reveal that the citation was improperly issued or classified or that the penalty was not appropriate. This article provides a brief overview of the process for challenging an OSHA citation issued on Long Island, New York.
Posted by Vincent Pallaci on 1.4.17 in Business - Construction.