Mr. Baiamonte concentrates his practice primarily on civil litigation. He counsels individual, corporate, and municipal clients on resolving disputes ranging from environmental liability to shareholders rights to creditor–debtor suits. He also works with clients to navigate various state and federal regulations relating to areas such as environmental protection, employment, and civil rights.
Mr. Baiamonte graduated cum laude with a B.S. from Keuka Collage and magna cum laude with a J.D. from Syracuse University College of Law. At the College of Law, he served as an Editor for the Syracuse Law Review, represented clients in landlord-tenant and elder financial abuse cases with the Elder and Health Law Clinic, and worked as a faculty research assistant on the publication of legal textbooks on disability rights, real estate, law and economics, and zoning. He also gained experience with the Volunteer Lawyers Project of Onondaga County assisting low-income clients with petitions to family court in custody, visitation, and child support matters.
Admitted to Practice
- State of New York
- Syracuse University of Law, JD
- Keuka College, BS
- New York State Bar Association
- Baiamonte, “Stopping Third-Party Debt Buyers from Using National Bank Act Preemption to Dodge State Usury Laws” 69 Syracuse L. Rev. 127 (2019).