Whether liltigating a matter in State or Federal court, Robert M. Redis is one of Westchester's best respected trial and appellate lawyers. Bob is engaged in civil litigation, with a particular emphasis on commercial, trusts and estates, real estate, municipal and constitutional litigation.
When he is not in court, Bob volunteers his efforts for different charitable organizations, and served for many years as President of the Board of Directors of Food Bank for Westchester. Bob has also volunteered his time for various position in the court system, including spearheading pro bono efforts for lawyers in our region. Bob had also lectured on First Amendment Rights, and reviewed books for the American Bar Association Journal and lectured before the Municipal Law Section of the New York State Bar Association. Bob has also done pro bono work for the Native American Movement and Negro League Ball Players Association.
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Bob has litigated many different types of cases in many different courts. Click at representative matters for a description of some of Bob's work.
Bob has written and/or edited numerous journals and articles, either for the firm or for various publications. Click at publications & outlines for a description of some of these written materials.
If you think you may require the assistance of Bob Redis in any matter, email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or phone him (914-385-1014) with any question you may have.