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Erie County could face lawsuit over bidding practices

Jun 29, 2016

Erie County Finance and Management Committee heard from both sides of the rigged bid controversy It’s all over the county approving a bid to hire Scrufari to build the $30 million Stem Center at Erie Community College-North in Williamsville. One of the competing contractors, LPCiminelli found some inappropriate bidding practices happening. 7 Eyewitness News learned …

Zdarsky, Sawicki & Agostinelli attorneys recognized by Super Lawyers magazine

Sep 19, 2015

Three Zdarsky, Sawicki & Agostinelli, LLP, partners are on the Super Lawyers list for 2016.  Joseph E. Zdarsky, Guy J. Agostinelli and Gerald T. Walsh have once again been honored for their legal work. Every year, Super Lawyers selects attorneys from all firm sizes and over 70 practice areas throughout the United States. Super Lawyers …

Buffalo Law Journal names Joseph Zdarsky to Legal Elite of Western New York

Sep 19, 2015

Buffalo Law Journal and Business First of Buffalo have named Zdarsky, Sawicki & Agostinelli founding partner Joseph Zdarsky to its “Legal Elite of Western New York 2015.” Zdarsky was among more than 300 attorneys nominated for the honor by their peers in the local legal community. “The legal industry seems to be healthy, mirroring the …

Civil suit continues medical fraud case

Apr 19, 2015

There was a time when Dr. Doron Feldman was known for his work as a pediatric anesthesiologist. He was well-regarded in his field, a man with a reputation for passionate advocacy, both inside and outside hospitals, on behalf of sick children. Now, the Williamsville doctor is at the center of a high-stakes legal fight – …

Delaware residential plan OK’d by Buffalo planners

Dec 16, 2014

Zdarsky, Sawicki & Agostinelli partner Guy J. Agostinelli is quoted in this Business First story A pair of projects that generated a fair amount of opposition from the respective surrounding neighborhoods have received the okay from city planners. The Buffalo Planning Board approved revised proposals for a new Tim Hortons Cafe & Bake Shop on …

A major row on Delaware Avenue’s Millionaires’ Row

Dec 05, 2014

Zdarsky, Sawicki & Agostinelli partner, Guy J. Agostinelli, is mentioned in this Buffalo News story. Dr. Andrew Covey objects to plans to build four townhouses on a lot between his mansion, the Asa Silverthorne House, and the DeRose Mansion next door on Delaware Avenue’s Millionaires’ Row. There’s a bit of a neighborhood spat occurring on …

Court is asked to revoke discharge of debts

Oct 24, 2014

Mark Schlant, Zdarsky, Sawicki & Agostinelli partner, served as Chapter 7 Trustee in this case. The U.S. Trustee’s office is asking the Bankruptcy Court to revoke the discharge of debts it gave accused Ponzi schemer Eduardo Galan in 2011. Galan is fighting criminal mail-fraud charges related to a real estate-based Ponzi scheme he allegedly ran for …

Former Quad/Graphics plant in Depew sold for $4.4 million

Dec 25, 2012

By Steven Watson Reporter, The Buffalo News An investment group is paying nearly $4.4 million for the former Quad/Graphics printing plant in Depew, with plans to subdivide the massive facility for a collection of manufacturing and distribution tenants. The sale of the 850,000-square-foot plant on George Urban Boulevard to partners Frank J. Campofelice and Peter …

Still no movement on Mount View Health Facility

May 14, 2012

Zdarsky, Sawicki & Agostinelli partner Guy Agostinelli is mentioned in this article Plans to create an assisted living center at the former Mount View Health Facility are on hold while Niagara County deals with charges from another assisted living operator. County legislators last fall finalized the sale of the closed nursing home to developer David Tosetto, …

Court decides for shareholders as 10-year case winds up

May 11, 2012

Zdarsky, Sawicki & Agostinelli represented the shareholders in this case A judgment by New York’s highest court will result in a $6.4 million payday for investors and former employees of the defunct Advanced Refractory Technologies (ART) Inc. The Court of Appeals on April 26 affirmed a judgment against Tyco International Ltd. and other affiliates stemming from a …