Entries by Zac

Tarbet & Lester, PLLC announces the expansion of our Personal Injury Practice

Dear Friends and Colleagues, We are pleased to announce the expansion of our Personal Injury/Medical Malpractice practice.  In order to diversify our capabilities and better serve our clients’ needs, Jeff S. Korek, a partner at Gersowitz, Libo & Korek, P.C., a leading personal injury firm in New York City, will be of counsel to Tarbet & Lester, […]

Our new office building featured in Interior Design Magazine

Our new office building was featured in the latest issue of Interior Design Magazine. The article, written by Jesse Dorris, spotlights the design elements of the new building which is the creation of the architecture firm, Bates Masi.  The buildings owners, our very own Jonathan Tarbet and Bates Masi architect, Paul Masi, worked tirelessly to […]

Many Americans don’t have wills, but should. Do you have a will?

Many Americans don’t have wills, but should. You can do it yourself online, but consulting a lawyer is often a safer bet. Contact our office today to setup an appointment to meet one of our attorneys to setup your will. Click the link for the NY Times Article detailing and highlighting the important reasons everyone […]

January 2017 News

East Hampton Town Justice Steven Tekulsky granted our motion and dismissed charges of driving while intoxicated, criminal mischief, and leaving the scene of an accident against our client for lack of probable cause.

Our Office Has Moved!

Please find us in our new office located at 132 North Main Street in East Hampton. We are located on the first floor. The new modern construction building was designed by Bates & Masi Architects whom are located on the second floor of the new building.

Montauk’s East Deck Motel back on the market for $25M

Montauk’s East Deck Motel back on the market for $25M By VICTOR OCASIO | April 1, 2015 Source: Newsday Nearly a year and a half after being bought for less than $15 million, the East Deck Motel in Montauk, adjacent to some of the most coveted surfing territory on the East Coast, is back on […]

Abandonment at Issue

Shuttered restaurant would be an office By Christopher Walsh | October 2, 2014 Source: The East Hampton Star As the owners of the building at 103 Montauk Highway, which most recently housed a restaurant called the Players Club, seek to sell it to a landscaping company,  the East Hampton Village Zoning Board of Appeals debated […]

Outcry Builds Over New Power Lines

By Christopher Walsh | February 13, 2014 Source: The East Hampton Star Opposition to PSEG Long Island’s ongoing upgrade to electrical transmission lines in East Hampton Town is intensifying. Over the last week, residents of McGuirk and neighboring streets in East Hampton Village have taken their grievances to meetings of the town board, the village […]