Richard J. Brandenstein, Esq.
Richard J. Brandenstein received his undergraduate degree from Dowling College in 1971, and his law degree from Brooklyn Law School in 1975. He is a specialist in Administrative Law in the areas of New York State Workers’ Compensation, New York State Disability, as well as workplace discrimination, general litigation, and the general practice of law, including matrimonial. He has extensive trial experience in many areas. In addition to his responsibilities of handling his own full case load, he supervises and trains many of the associate legal staff in our firm.
Richard conducts seminars on behalf of the National Business Institute, the Cornell University School of Labor, The Suffolk County Bar Association, Injury in the Workplace Annual Conference, and numerous medical, hospital and community groups in his areas of expertise. He has lectured extensively in the areas of Workers’ Compensation Law, disability law, and the Americans with Disabilities Act. He conducts round table seminars for doctors and labor leaders in various areas of law. He is the past President of the Islip Town Lawyers’ Association.
Richard is also a member of the American Bar Association, New York State Bar Association, Suffolk County Bar Association, The Society of New York State Bar Associations, and the Injured Workers’ Bar Association. He has been actively engaged on a daily basis in the practice of law for more than 37 years, during which he has represented and advised thousands of clients in all types of matters.