Personal Injury Attorney, Joseph F. Sullivan
After graduating Cum Laude from Temple University School of Law, Joseph Sullivan started his legal career defending insurance companies and corporations. He gained valuable trial experience and saw first hand how individuals were disadvantaged in litigation. In 2001, he left his former partners and began his own personal injury law firm, focusing on representing individuals who where injured due to the negligent and intentional acts of others.
Mr. Sullivan’s experience representing insurance companies and corporations has given him a unique understanding of how the opposition thinks and enables him to maximize settlements and verdicts for the firm's injured clients. He has obtained numerous significant settlements for clients injured in automobile accidents, construction accidents, slips and falls, sexual assaults, lead paint ingestion, , medical malpractice, defective products, animal bites, and violations of the liquor law.
Criminal Defense Attorney, Steven Brill
After securing his under graduate degree from The George Washington University in Washington, D.C., Steven Brill graduated with honors from Temple University School of Law in 1994. From the minute he arrived at law school, he set out to be a trial attorney. Once he graduated, Steven became an associate attorney with the Legal Aid Society in New York City - the public defender organization for the City. There, Steven defended clients accused of every type of criminal offense from their arrest until their sentencing. Steven built his skills in bail arguments, suppression hearings, motion practice, cross-examination, sentencing arguments and post-trial motions. In 2001, he joined Mr. Sullivan and began the law firm of Sullivan & Brill, LLP. The firm continues strong until this day, where Steven has built a solid and well-respected New York State and Federal Crimnal Defense practice. Steven Brill has exceptional experience as a criminal defense lawyer, handling federal criminal defense matters like securities fraud, RICO charges, child pornography, public corruption, health care fraud and conspiracy crimes. Steven has traveled throughout this country as well as internationally to represent individuals charged with federal crimes. In addition, Steven and the rest of the New York State Criminal Defense Attorneys at Sullivan & Brill handles serious felony cases, including homicide, sex offenses, robbery, gun and weapon charges, drug charges, kidnapping, and white collar offenses, as well as misdemeanor cases involving DWI/DUI, prostitution, domestic violence, assault, and shoplifting.
Since founding the firm with Joseph Sullivan, Steven Brill has also been involved in several notable cases, including People of the State of New York v. Martha Yates, a case where a mother was charged with recklessly endangering her foster children by allowing her son to keep a tiger and an alligator in her house; United States of America v. Julio Vasquez, a case involving an NYPD Detective who was charged with Federal drug conspiracy and corruption in the Eastern District of New York (EDNY); Peopl of the State of New York v. Brandon Connelly, an Iraqi veteran who suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) who was charged with vehicular manslaughter after he was involved in an accident under the influence of alcohol; People of the State of New York v. Felipe Domingues, a dog walker who worked for various dog owners on the Upper East Side of New York and was charged with burglary of their apartments during the course of his employment as their dog walker; United States v. Abdinur Dahir, a somali national that was charged in the Souther District of New York with money laundering for a "Khat" conspiracy called "Operation Somali Express;" and perhaps People of the State of New York v. Judith Smiley, a woman who was charged with kidnapping when she and her husband decided to take their adopted son to New Mexico when their son's biological father petitioned the New York Family Court for him back. After over 20 years, Ms. Smiley voluntarily surrendered back in New York and ultimately, after months of plea negotiations, was sentenced to less than 4 months incarceration.
Federal Criminal Defense, Appeals, and Post-Conviction Remedies Attorney, Rachel Brill, of Counsel
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New York, NY 10006
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Recent Developments at Sullivan & Brill
- Some Good Options for Clients Charged with Drug Crimes in Federal Court
- Read here to read about new developments on Bail in New York Criminal Defense Matters
- Click Here to read Steven Brill's Recent Interview on Hate Crimes
- Steven Brill Successfully Argued that Client Charged with Running over a 1 Million Dollar Ponzi Scheme be Sentenced to Less Time
- A Federal Investigation finds that 5 Jailed in 1995 Killing of New York City Cab Driver are Innocent
- Sullivan & Brill Retained to Represent Client Arrested and Charged with Possession with Intent to Sell Cocaine in Queens County
- Sullivan & Brill's Client Charged with RICO Conspiracy in Newburgh Latin Kings Indictment Found Not Guilty of ALL Conspiracy Charges
- Sullivan & Brill Retained to Represent Woman Charged with the Federal Crimes of Money Laundering and Conspiracy to Produce False Identification
- Sullivan & Brill attorney,Steven Brill, was Interviewed for Article in Lawyers.com. on the Stop and Frisk Policy in New York City. Click this Link to See what he Had to Say
- Sullivan & Brill's Client who was Charged with Federal Drug Conspiracy in the SDNY was Recently Sentenced to a Term Below the Sentencing Guideline Level