News & Insights

An Update From Twomey Latham To Our Clients and Friends

HOW THE LATEST COVID-19 NEWS CAN AFFECT YOU | March 17, 2020

Our firm, like so many other businesses in our area and around the country, has implemented a number of measures to protect the health of our clients and staff, and to continue to serve the needs of our clients during this difficult time.    With five offices located...

Village of East Hampton Adopts New Sanitary Code

INSIGHTS | By: | March 26, 2019

The Village of East Hampton enacted a new code provision on February 7, 2019, adding Chapter 233 (Sanitary Systems), which requires Innovative and Alternative On-Site Wastewater Treatment (I/A) Systems to be installed in connection with the construction of any new...

Plastic Bag Fee Takes Effect in Suffolk County

INSIGHTS | By: | January 9, 2018

Effective January 1, 2018, shoppers in Suffolk County are required to pay a $0.05 fee for each non-reusable carryout bag used in a retail establishment. The new law, codified in Article XI, Chapter 704, applies to all plastic and paper bags that are provided by a...

Renting Your Home in the Town of Southampton

INSIGHTS | By: | October 15, 2015

If you own a home within the Town of Southampton and want to rent your home, whether it be annually, seasonally or monthly, it is imperative that you apply for and obtain a rental permit from the Town. If you already have rented your home without having obtained a...

Firm Successfully Defends Village of Southampton in Wireless Antenna Case

NEWS | November 12, 2013

The firm successfully defended the Village of Southampton, the Village Clerk/Administrator, the Village Building Department and the Village Board of Historic Preservation and Architectural Review against a lawsuit brought by wireless communication provider MetroPCS...