Thomas D. Shanahan, P.C., is a Manhattan firm providing sound legal advice and zealous advocacy to clients throughout New York City, northern New Jersey and Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Our focus, beyond our specific legal services, is on the clients we serve. Our goal is to protect their rights and interests and help them achieve results that are just.
We assist clients in the following areas of law:
Employees are often subjected to unfair and illegal treatment. We provide the protection our clients need when faced with difficult workplace situations. For more than 15 years, attorney Thomas Shanahan has represented employees in employment law litigation and transactions. Learn more about how we can help you below:
Civil rights law is broad and encompasses many types of constitutional and public policy issues. We handle cases involving rights violations of all kinds, especially in the employment law setting. We represent people of all backgrounds, religions and orientations. Whatever your case requires, we are equipped to handle it and pursue justice on your behalf.
Our corporate law practice is litigation-focused. We represent clients involved in commercial disputes with the city, other businesses, vendors or others. We also have experience with public accommodation cases in which our clients have been treated unfairly while trying to obtain goods or services.
We handle only select types of matrimonial cases to provide the most effective service possible. Our firm provides exceptional representation to clients encountering divorce and high-conflict child custody matters. We have significant litigation experience, especially in cases involving overlap between family and civil rights issues.
Protecting Employees Since 1997
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.