Brian T. Sinsabaugh is an Associate in our Land Use and Zoning Practice Groups and is based in our Hauppauge office.
Prior to joining Certilman Balin, Mr. Sinsabaugh practiced as an Associate in Cazenovia, New York where he handled an array of matters including commercial litigation, land use and zoning, contracts and lease agreements, and environmental law. He was also an Associate in a New York City litigation firm where he provided legal advice and risk assessment to corporate clients in product liability and complex tort litigation matters.
He served as Legal Counsel to the Morgans Hotel Group Co. where he prepared, reviewed and amended corporate governance documents, and implemented corporate level policies. Mr. Sinsabaugh also worked at Axiom Global Inc. where he collaborated with internal stakeholders to prepare, negotiate and finalize derivative trading agreements affected by United States securities regulations.
While in law school, Mr. Sinsabaugh served as a Judicial Intern to The Honorable Brian F. DeJoseph of the New York State Supreme Court in Syracuse, New York. He was also a Summer Associate at a law firm in Binghamton, New York.
Mr. Sinsabaugh earned his Juris Doctor from Syracuse University College of Law. He served as an Executive Editor for the Journal of Science & Technology Law and received the College of Law Gavel Award. From Clarkson University’s School of Business, he earned his Master of Business Administration and his Bachelor of Science with a major in International Business Management.
In 2020, Mr. Sinsabaugh was named to the New York Metro Rising Stars list of Super Lawyers.
Admitted to practice in the state of New York, he is a member of the New York State Bar Association.
Syracuse University College of Law, 2013
Clarkson University School of Business, M.B.A., 2008
Clarkson University School of Business, B.S., 2007
New York State Bar Association
New York Metro Rising Stars of Super Lawyers, 2020
College of Law Gavel award, Syracuse University College of Law
Journal of Science & Technology Law, Syracuse University College of Law, Executive Editor