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Cronin Named One of the Who’s Who in Tax Certiorari Law

June 7, East Meadow, NY — Richard P. Cronin, Partner in our Tax Certiorari and Condemnation Law Practice Group, was named one of  the “Who’s Who in Real Property & Tax Certiorari Law” by Long Island Business News.

Prior to joining Certilman Balin, he was a Partner at Cronin, Cronin, Harris & O’Brien, P.C. He represents owners of various types of commercial property in real estate tax review proceedings throughout the State of New York.  His thorough knowledge of Nassau County’s tax lien laws has helped property owners in Nassau to obtain further reductions in real estate taxes. Mr. Cronin also represents claimants in Eminent Domain proceedings throughout the State of New York.

A member of the New York State Bar Association and both the Nassau and Suffolk County Bar Associations, he currently serves as Chairperson of the Nassau County Tax Certiorari Committee.

Active in his community, he is an active member of the Nassau County Bar Association’s Mentorship Program.  He also serves on the Associate Board of the Association of a Better Long Island (“ABLI”).

Mr. Cronin was named to the New York Metro Rising Star of Super Lawyer’s list in 2019 and 2020.

Rich earned his Juris Doctor, magna cum laude, from Fordham University School of Law. He was elected Order of the Coif, having graduated in the top 10% of his class, and was a member of the Intellectual Property Law Journal.

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About Certilman Balin

Certilman Balin Adler & Hyman, LLP has grown into Long Island’s second largest full-service law firm with offices in Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Its 15 practice areas include: real estate, real property tax certiorari and condemnation, cooperative and condominium, land use, environmental law, corporate/securities, litigation, commercial lending, labor relations/employment law, bankruptcy and debtor/creditor rights, nonprofit/tax exempt and religious organizations, trusts and estates, elder law, telecommunications law, and criminal law. For further information, visit