Every legal
journey requires
a seasoned
navigator.
Our legal success,
built on teamwork.
Laws change.
Our commitment to
you stays firm.

One Firm.
One Team.

Every Legal Journey Requires A Seasoned Navigator.

Twomey Latham is dedicated to achieving the objectives of our clients through exceptional judgement, research, advice, and representation.

Our commitment to staying at the cutting edge of the law enables us to handle the most complex legal matters. The Firm’s reputation and relationship with our clients is built on decades of integrity, professionalism, and dedication to their goals.

At the forefront of the New York and Long Island legal community, Twomey Latham’s multidisciplinary practice ensures that every one of our clients is well advised and provided with strong advocacy and attention counsel.

Trusted business advisors at the helm.

Twomey Latham is the East End’s preeminent firm in the area of Business & Corporate Law, handling matters across Long Island, New York City, and beyond. Our commitment to staying at the cutting edge of the law enables us to handle the most complex legal matters to a broad range of corporate and individual clients.

The Corporate Group’s expertise and capabilities include the following areas:

  • General Business and Corporate Governance
  • Mergers & Acquisition
  • Emerging Growth Companies
  • Venture Capital
  • Private Equity and Leveraged Buyouts
  • Business Succession Planning
  • Employment and Consulting Arrangements

News & Insights

Justice and Equity Compel An Honorable Discharge

Justice and Equity Compel An Honorable Discharge

In 2019, I was retained by a veteran US Navy sailor to file a petition before the US Naval  Discharge Review Board ("NDRB") seeking to have his character of discharge upgraded  to Honorable, after a series of alcohol-related incidents led to an early administrative...

Peconic Bay Region Tax Change

Peconic Bay Region Tax Change

The Peconic Bay Region Community Housing Act was signed into law by Governor Hochul in the Fall of 2021. The legislation allowed for the five East End towns of the Peconic Bay Region, i.e., East Hampton, Shelter Island, Southampton, Riverhead and Southold, to create a...