Experienced New York Corporate Law Attorney
The law firm of Thomas D. Shanahan, P.C., assists clients with corporate law matters such as commercial disputes with vendors, the city or other businesses.
We handle cases across jurisdictions along the East Coast, from New York City and northern New Jersey to Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Attorney Thomas Shanahan has a wealth of experience and a practical understanding of business transactions and relationships gained over 15 years in practice. We have handled cases from every stage of litigation in both state and federal courts.
Wherever possible, we seek to keep our clients out of court and resolve disputes through creative problem-solving. Clients save time and costs and can focus on other matters. Litigation is, however, unavoidable at times. Thomas Shanahan is a talented trial lawyer and an advocate dedicated to advancing our clients' interests.
Public Accommodation Cases
A public accommodation is any business that provides goods and services to the public, such as retail stores, banks, medical providers, hotels, theaters, restaurants and government agencies. Under New York law, it is illegal for these providers to treat people differently based on characteristics such as race, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, disability and others.
Our firm represents clients who were treated differently due to these traits. We handle cases involving:
- Withholding or refusing to provide goods or services
- Charging a different amount
- Setting different terms for getting goods or services
- Discouraging certain people
- Using advertising or statements to make certain people feel unwelcome
Exceptional Business And Commercial Litigation Services
At Thomas D. Shanahan, P.C., we are dedicated to serving as trusted advocates for all clients in pursuit of justice and fairness. To schedule a consultation with lawyer Thomas Shanahan, call our office at 212-867-1100, or contact us online. We are in downtown Manhattan in Foley Square, near all the major courthouses and many subway stops. Credit cards are accepted.