Eugene R. Barnosky

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  • Partner at Lamb & Barnosky, LLP (27 Attorneys)
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Biography

Eugene Barnosky is a graduate of Regis High School, Colgate University (A.B. 1975 in Philosophy and Religion) and St. John’s University School of Law. He began his career at the Nassau County law firm now known as Farrell Fritz and joined our firm in 1982. With a varied background in many areas of the law, including real estate development, Mr. Barnosky now focuses his practice upon municipal, education and labor matters. He has served as the Village Attorney of two Suffolk County villages and works extensively for our school district clients. He is a frequent lecturer for the Suffolk and Nassau County Academies of Law and the Municipal Law Section of the New York State Bar Association. Mr. Barnosky is past President of the New York State Association of School Attorneys and past Chair of the Education Law and Municipal Law Committees of the Suffolk County Bar Association. He has served on the Board of Directors of the Family Service League of Suffolk County, the Advisory Board of First American Title Insurance Company of New York, and as a fellow of the American Bar Foundation and the New York Bar Foundation. He has served as President of the Colgate Club of Long Island and as Vice Chair of the South Huntington Educational Foundation. His articles on education law have been published in the New York Law Journal and Newsday. Mr. Barnosky was selected to appear in the New York Super Lawyers Metro Edition in the areas of Schools and Education in 2016, 2017 and 2018 and has frequently appeared as a commentator on News 12 Long Island.

HONORS & AWARDS

•2016-2018 - Super Lawyer
•2016 - Long Island Business News: Around 50 Award Recipient for 2014
•2011 - Listed as one of Long Island Business News’ Who’s Who in Intellectual Property & Labor Law
•2006 - South Huntington Educational Foundation’s Annual Golf Outing Honoree
•2003 - Listed as one of Long Island Business News’ Who’s Who in Law

PRESENTATIONS

•12.07.2018: Collective Bargaining in the Age of Janus and the Tax Cap - Suffolk and Nassau Academies of Law and the Education Law Committees of the Suffolk and Nassau County Bar Associations 2018 Annual School Law Conference
•10.25.2018: Employment Law - Some Bargaining and Non-Bargaining Issues - NYSSBA & NYSASA 22nd Annual Pre-Convention School Law Seminar
•12.08.2017: Slip Sliding Away? The Potential Demise of the Agency Fee and its Impact on Management and Unions - Nassau and Suffolk Academies of Law
•10.12.2017: School Board Member Free Speech Rights” - NYSSBA & NYSASA 21st Annual Pre-Convention School Law Seminar
•10.27.2016: Collective Bargaining - What is Old, What is new? - NYSSBA & NYSASA 20th Annual Pre-Convention School Law Seminar
•10.18.2015: Bullying in the Workplace-Is Your District Vulnerable to Liability? - NYSSBA & NYSASA 19th Annual Pre-Convention School Law Seminar
•10.26.2014: The Affordable Healthcare Act - Lingering Issues - NYSSBA & NYSASA 18 th Annual Pre-Convention School Law Seminar
•10.24.2013: How Are the New Section 3020-a Expedited Hearing Rules Working? - NYSSBA & NYSASA 17 th Annual Pre-Convention School Law Seminar
•10.25.2012: When Medical Conditions Affect Job Performance - NYSSBA & NYSASA 16 th Annual Pre-Convention School Law Seminar
•10.15.2010: Student Residency - Suffolk County Chapter of NYS Association of School Business Officials
•10.15.2009: The Changing Face of Employment Laws - NYSSBA & NYSASA 13 th Annual Pre-Convention School Law Seminar
•10.16.2008: Sexual Misconduct in the Schools - NYSSBA & NYSASA 12 th Annual Pre-Convention School Law Seminar
•06.11.2008: School Plant Planning - Legal Issues in the Operation of School Facilities - C.W. Post College
•12.03.2007: So You Want to be an Administrator: Issues in School District Operations and Facilities Management - 2006 Annual School Law Conference, co-sponsored by the Suffolk and Nassau Academies of Law and the Education Law Committees of the Suffolk and Nassau County Bar Associations
•01.09.2007: Negotiation Impasses: Rally the Public to Your Cause: To Go Public or Not, That is the Question - New York State Association of School Attorneys
•10.21.2006: Top Ten Ways to Get an “A” on a Comptroller’s Report - Nassau Suffolk Water Commissioners Association
•12.05.2005: Hot Topics in Education Law: Commercialism on School Property, The Superintendent from A to Z, How to Get an “A” on a Comptroller’s Report and How Does Educational Testing Service Control Our Lives? - 2005 Annual School Law Conference, co-sponsored by the Suffolk and Nassau Academies of Law and the Education Law Committees of the Suffolk and Nassau County Bar Associations
•09.28.2005: Ethics in Government - Suffolk County Bar Association
•11.09.2004: Fiscal Management and Safeguards Seminar to Municipal Officers at State Bank of Long Island, Jericho, NY
•10.20.2004: Effectively Combating Hazing & Bullying - NYSSBA & NYSASA 8 th Annual Pre-Convention School Law Seminar
•01.26.2004: Non-Traditional Revenue Opportunities for Public Entities - Annual Meeting of the Municipal Section of the NYS Bar Association
•10.23.2003: Growing A Money Tree: New Sources of Revenue for School Districts in Tough Fiscal Times - NYSSBA & NYSASA 7 th Annual Pre-Convention School Law Seminar

PUBLICATIONS

07 Dec 2018 Annual School Law Conference

The 2018 Annual School Law Conference presented by the Nassau and Suffolk Academies of Law and the Education Law Committees of the Nassau and Suffolk County Bar Associations was held at Touro College, Central Islip, New York on Friday, December 7, 2018:Eugene R. Barnosky was...

25 Oct Eugene R. Barnosky: 22nd Annual Pre-Convention School Law Seminar

On October 25, 2018, Eugene R. Barnosky, Esq. was the moderator of a panel on the topic entitled “Employment Law - Some Bargaining and Non-Bargaining Issues” at the 22nd Annual Pre-Convention School Law Seminar co-sponsored by the NYS School Boards Association and NYS Association of School Attorneys...

13 Sep Eugene R. Barnosky, Sharon N. Berlin, Scott M. Karson and Richard K. Zuckerman: 2018 Super Lawyers New York Metro Edition

The 2017 Annual School Law Conference presented by the Nassau and Suffolk Academies of Law and the Education Law Committees of the Nassau and Suffolk County Bar Associations was held at the Nassau County Bar Association, Mineola, New York on Friday, December 8, 2017:Eugene Barnosky,...

12 Oct Eugene R. Barnosky: 21st Annual Pre-Convention School Law Seminar

On October 12, 2017, Eugene R. Barnosky, Esq. was the moderator of a panel on the topic entitled “School Board Member Free Speech Rights” at the 21st Annual Pre-Convention School Law Seminar co-sponsored by the NYS School Boards Association and NYS Association of School Attorneys at the...

20 Sep Eugene R. Barnosky, Sharon N. Berlin, Scott M. Karson, Jeffrey A. Zankel and Richard K. Zuckerman: 2017 Super Lawyers New York Metro Edition

Eugene R. Barnosky was selected for inclusion on the New York Super Lawyers list for 2017 in the practice area of schools and education.Sharon N. Berlin was selected for inclusion on the New York Super Lawyers list for 2017 in the practice...

27 Oct Eugene R. Barnosky: 20th Annual Pre-Convention School Law Seminar

On October 27, 2016, Eugene R. Barnosky, Esq. was the moderator of a panel on the topic entitled Collective Bargaining - What is Old, What is new?” at the 20th Annual Pre-Convention School Law Seminar co-sponsored by the NYS School Boards Association and NYS Association of School...

18 Oct Eugene R. Barnosky: 19th Annual Pre-Convention Law Conference

Eugene R. Barnosky, Esq. was the moderator of a panel of experts on the topic entitled Bullying in the Workplace - Is Your District Vulnerable to Liability? at the 19th Annual Pre-Convention School Law Seminar co-sponsored by the NYS School Boards Association and NYS Association of School...

26 Oct Eugene R. Barnosky: 18th Annual Pre-Convention Law Conference

Eugene R. Barnosky was the moderator of a panel of experts on the topic entitled The Affordable Care Act - Lingering Issues at the 18th Annual Pre-Convention School Law Seminar co-sponsored by the NYS School Boards Association and NYS Association of School Attorneys. This seminar...

12 Sep Eugene R. Barnosky: Around 50 Award Recipient for 2014

Eugene R. Barnosky has been selected as one of the Around 50 Award recipients for 2014 by the Long Island Business News, in their annual salute to Long Island business leaders and institutions that have chalked up 50 years, or so, of success, with plans for...

Areas of Practice (6)

  • Education
  • Employment
  • Labor
  • Municipal
  • Real Estate and Land Use
  • Planning and Zoning

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
631-392-6270  Phone
631.694.2300  Phone
631-694-2309  Fax
www.lambbarnosky.com
University Attended:
Colgate University, A.B., Philosophy and Religion, 1975
Law School Attended:
St. John's University School of Law, J.D., 1979
Year of First Admission:
1980
Admission:
1980, New York and U.S. District Court, Eastern and Southern Districts of New York; 1982, U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit
Memberships:

ORGANIZATIONS & COMMITTEES

•Past President, Colgate Club of Long Island
•Former Vice Chair, South Huntington Educational Foundation
•Past President, New York State Association of School Attorneys
•Past Chair, Education Law and Municipal Law Committees of the Suffolk County Bar Association

Birth Information:
Brooklyn, New York, June 30, 1953
ISLN:
909238917

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