Adams Leclair LLP is a litigation law firm that concentrates its practice in commercial and construction advocacy throughout upstate New York. Founded in 2019, our Rochester, New York-based firm brings together the construction litigation practitioners from Adams Bell Adams, PC and the experienced commercial litigators from Leclair Korona Cole, LLC. We provide specialized counsel, honed by decades of experience in state and federal courts, trial and appellate. We represent clients in various administrative tribunals from local planning boards and boards of assessment review to state and federal agencies including the New York State Department of Labor and the National Labor Relations Board. Our practice areas include employment, municipal, real property tax, estate and trust litigation. Our experience as litigators makes us uniquely capable of helping our clients structure their business affairs in ways that anticipate and avoid conflict and we are proud of the reputation we have earned among our peers and our clients for vigorous advocacy and effective representation.
Paralegal Amy Demanchick discusses trial preparation tips in her article featured in the Paralegal Perspectives section of The Daily Record.
Attorney Rob Yawman discusses changes to the Real Property Actions & Proceedings Law which increases protections of tenants in his article featured in the Advocate’s View section of The Daily Record.
In this article published in ROBEX Magazine, Partner Tony Adams explains the intricacies of the new law targeting MWBE re-authorization for state contracts in New York. Read all about it here.
After 12 years of litigation that included motions to dismiss the case, an appeal and a 3 day bench trial, Mary Jo Korona and Robert Yawman successfully obtained a judgment against Ontario County on behalf of a widow. State Supreme Court Justice John J. Ark determined that Ontario County failed to comply with the notice […]
Adams Leclair attorneys, Paul Leclair and Jeremy Sher, obtained a favorable ruling from Monroe County Surrogate’s Court regarding ownership of more than $300,000 in contested funds the executrix held jointly with the decedent in area banks. Granting our clients’ motion, the Court held the accounts were jointly held for the convenience of the decedent during […]