Syracuse, NY (PRWEB) September 16, 2011
Following the release of the Consolidated Funding Application by New York State in early September, Green & Seifter, Attorneys, PLLC announces the formation of its Consolidated Funding Application Working Group. Drawing upon its unique resources and experience in project development, project finance, economic development and grant writing, the firm has formed a team uniquely situated to assist businesses, municipalities and not-for-profit organizations with the new direction of economic development in New York.
"When Governor Cuomo announced this new direction for economic development in July, we immediately recognized the valuable resources we have available to serve our clients," said Tim Lynn, chair of the new working group. "As businesses, municipalities and not-for-profits try to comply with the rigorous application demands and deadlines in this 2011 cycle and future cycles, we have the resources needed to ensure each puts its best foot forward."
The Consolidated Funding Application Working Group consists of Tim Lynn, Phil Bousquet, Jason Centolella, Katie Centolella and Josh Werbeck. This team brings together their respective experience in economic development, project finance, tax, not-for-profit law, and grant writing to assist clients with understanding available funding and complying with the application requirements.
Green & Seifter is a versatile law firm of more than thirty attorneys representing clients across many industries throughout New York State. The firm's clientele is comprised of businesses, municipalities, not-for-profit organizations and individual clients for whom we provide legal advice and counsel on a broad range of matters: business transactions and planning, mergers and acquisitions, economic development, project finance, commercial litigation, commercial real estate, government relations, estate planning, trust administration, health care, employee benefits, environmental and land use, brownfields, commercial bankruptcy, tax planning and advocacy, and employment. For more information, please visit http://www.gslaw.com.