Lewis Johs represents a number of municipalities, including counties, towns and villages, as well as municipal officials, correctional facilities, police departments and similar institutions. The firm’s lawyers include a former County Attorney, Town Attorney, Village Attorney, a former Appellate Division Justice, several former Assistant District Attorneys, former federal Judicial Law Clerks and a sitting Village Justice.
We confront and analyze all issues faced by our clients, from personal injury and property damage cases, to those involving discrimination claims, unfair labor practices, constitutional rights violations, federal Section 1983 actions, and environmental matters. We handle all appeals, whether the matter originated in our firm or is referred to us by other attorneys for appellate review. Our lawyers know the unique problems municipal defendants face, and the need to balance success in a particular matter with the best interests of constituents.