Clients rely on Herman Katz Cangemi & Clyne to address their complex tax certiorari and condemnation legal issues because of the firm’s depth of expertise in this complex area of the law. Partner Andrew G. Cangemi learned the nuances of real estate litigation from the ground up. Andy began his career in the Nassau County Attorney’s office where he developed his skills in property valuation for both certiorari and eminent domain matters.
Over the past three decades, he has successfully navigated almost every conceivable issue concerning property valuation. Andy’s background also is highlighted by extensive trial experience with the most complicated issues involving commercial, business, and residential properties. He additionally has extended his practice area at HKCC to the related fields of zoning and land use.
Andy is a graduate of Adelphi University and received his Juris Doctor from the University of Baltimore School of Law. He is admitted to both the New York State and federal courts.
Andy currently serves as chairman of the Village of Northport Board of Zoning Appeals and is a frequent lecturer for both the Nassau and Suffolk County Bar Associations. He is the past chairman of the Nassau County Tax Certiorari and Condemnation Committee, a former member of the Nassau County Judicial Advisory Council, and past president of Advancement of Commerce and Industry and the Nassau County Chapter of the Boy Scouts of America.
Contact Andrew for all your commercial real estate litigation, condemnation/eminent domain, and tax certiorari issues.