PMT works tirelessly with you to be your legal source. But, did you know, outside of work, our attorneys offer their talents to communities. Through service, these PMT attorneys participate and serve in critical ways. It is the actions and character of our attorneys that help to fill the needs of our communities. By engaging and serving, they impact the values of what it means to give back to our community and are an example to others. This effort underlies everything we do when we work with you as a team.
The following are just a few examples of our attorneys who go above and beyond the call of duty:
Jason is a Lieutenant with the NY Scarsdale Fire Department, Volunteer Company 2. He is a nationally certified Interior Firefighter and trained in arson and cause and origin Fire Investigation. He is also an adjunct Professor of Literature at Dominican College, sits on the Board of Directors of a non-profit organization and enjoys coaching his children in lacrosse.
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Frank is a Councilman and Deputy Supervisor for the Town of Carmel, Putnam County, New York. Prior to that, he served on the Town’s Planning Board and Environmental Conservation Board. Frank has also been appointed to serve as a Fiduciary to the New York Supreme Court in several venues and has served as a mediator in local Civil Courts.
Ray has served as a Trustee and President of the local School Board and is currently a Member of the local Planning Board. Ray also provides Pro-Bono legal services to families of disabled children regarding education, accommodations, guardianship, and trusts.
Robert began his journey as a United States Marine in 2007 by going to Parris Island, South Carolina, for boot camp. He then continued his career to Norfolk and Williamsburg, Virginia, where he was the Legal Chief for the Marine Corps Security Force Regiment.
Austin is a Certified EMT and Interior Firefighter with 25 years of 911 practice under his belt. He is also a member of the National Ski Patrol as an Alpine Patroller and Outdoor Emergency Care instructor.
Christopher was a Non-commissioned Officer in the United States Army serving as a forward observer for the artillery and is a veteran of the Persian Gulf War. He is also the Co-Founder of the Onondaga County Veteran’s Pro Bono Legal Clinic and received the Onondaga County Bar Association Pro Bono Service Award.