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August 2021

Brad Cronin Listed in Long Island Business News’ Power List: Power 25 Lawyers

Brad Cronin, founding partner at Cronin & Cronin Law Firm, PLLC, has established an abundant of long-term bonds with his commitment to honesty, integrity and hard work. Cronin practices exclusively in the area of tax certiorari by protesting real property tax assessments for commercial properties throughout New York State.

Under his leadership, the Mineola firm has grown to represent a cross section of major real estate owners, national tenants, and REITs in every community on Long Island, as well as throughout New York City and upstate New York.

Cronin’s expertise and diligence has enabled him to establish relationships with municipalities, which has resulted in successfully obtained dramatic tax reductions for his clients. He has extensive trial experience having tried numerous tax certiorari cases and is well versed in navigating the valuation of commercial properties under the complex property laws,. This has resulted in millions of dollars in tax refunds and lower future tax burdens for over assessed commercial properties.

He has also established legal precedent in various aspects in the field through legal motions and appeals. He regularly consults with owners analyzing the tax impact of purchasing or construction new property, including providing detailed projections of future real estate taxes.

Cronin has earned the highest rating awarded by Martindale Hubbell in both competency and ethics in his field.

He has been an invited speaker and panelist regarding various subjects affecting tax certiorari and valuation of property including valuation methods, environmental contamination and procedures in the tax certiorari field. Cronin has also been quoted in numerous publications, including The New York Times and the New York Law Journal. He also authors a quarterly column entitled “Ask the Expert” for the New York Real Estate Journal.

Cronin is co-founder of the Northwell Hospital Department of Medicine Leadership Circle Committee supporting innovative medical research. He is also active in the community and has been a member of the Plandome Village Planning Board for the past 15 years.