Brian W. Kennedy
Brian W. Kennedy
Brian W. Kennedy is an associate at Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP and concentrates his practice in Land Use and Zoning.
Before joining the Firm, he served as an Assistant District Attorney at the Queens County District Attorney’s office. Most recently, he served in the Organized Crimes & Rackets Bureau at the Queens County District Attorney’s office, where he conducted investigations utilizing long term eavesdropping warrants. Prior to that, he was Assistant District Attorney at the Queens County District Attorney’s office Supreme Court where he conducted pretrial investigations, evidentiary hearings, grand jury presentations, and tried numerous felony cases to verdict.
Before the District Attorney’s office, Brian served as a legal assistant for a Suffolk County based law firm where he prepared legal memoranda on issues including constructive trusts, and easement and zoning issues.
- Pace University School of Law, Cum Laude, 2012
- State University of New York College at Geneseo, B.S., 2005
- New York State Bar
- Suffolk County Bar Association
- January 27, 2021
Town of Brookhaven Gets Innovative During Trying Times in Commercial Real Estate
- October 28, 2020
Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP has a Combined Total of 34 Attorneys Selected to the 2020 New York Metro Super Lawyers and Rising Stars Lists
- October 1, 2020
The Real Estate Finance Journal article, “Don’t Try to Hide an Elephant in a Mousehole: Atlantic Richfield v. Christian“
- September 1, 2020
Environmental Claims Journal article, “Chesapeake Action Network v EPA: Court Tells EPA to Reconsider Rule Because Petitioners Did Not Have a Fair Opportunity to Comment”
- March 3, 2020
New York Real Estate Journal: Kennedy of Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP named to LIBN’s 40 Under 40
- January 27, 2020
Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP Associate to Receive Long Island Business News’ 40 Under 40 Award
- December 30, 2019
Center for Biological Diversity v U. S. Forest Service: A New Type of Claim or Just Another Step in the Chain of Causation?
- Fall 2019
Atlantic Richfield v. Christian: Can a Property Owner Use State Law to Compel Further Remediation of a Site Remediated Pursuant to Federal EPA Standards?