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About the Firm

Trusted Advisors. Practical Solutions.

Firm History

For the past fifty years, Newman & Lickstein has helped clients achieve excellent results by solving complex business and corporate transactions, real estate and litigation problems and guiding our clients through the deep and emotional impacts of estate and family law matters. We have built lasting client relationships by offering sophisticated legal services with personalized service by serving as our clients’ trusted legal and business advisors. We have earned our reputation for being aggressive, practical and cost-effective because we understand your business, personal and legal issues and never waste your time or resources.  We focus on the needs of our clients and deliver individually-tailored services for a wide variety of individuals, families, small businesses and government entities. 

Community Involvement

Giving back to the Central New York community has been a hallmark of Newman & Lickstein since its founding in 1967. Our attorneys participate in a broad variety of pro bono activities, serve in leadership positions in a variety of civic organizations and organizations related to the legal profession, some of which we highlight here:

  • SBH Syracuse Behavioral Healthcare Central New York’s leading comprehensive substance abuse and mental health rehabilitation treatment and services provider, including inpatient and outpatient facilities, medical care and counseling, as well as educational services and training programs.
  • SCORE – Syracuse Nonprofit organization dedicated to educating entrepreneurs and helping small businesses start, grow, and succeed through mentoring, workshops, and training programs.
  • Legal Services of Central New York Central New York’s pro bono legal services provider to low-income individuals and families throughout Central New York facing complicated legal concerns, including housing, consumer protection, income security and benefits, divorce and family law, unemployment, disability discrimination and elder law.