Herrick Named Partner at Tully Rinckey PLLC
January 11, 2008 – Albany, NY – Tully Rinckey PLLC is pleased to announce that Steven L. Herrick, Esq. has been named partner at the firm. Herrick is the first partner added to the firm since its founding in 2004.
Herrick first joined Tully Rinckey in 2006. He has since led the development of the firm’s Commercial Litigation practice, which provides representation to clients in all types of business-related disputes. His addition enabled the firm to offer a full range of litigation services, including trials and appeals in all New York state and federal courts.
After graduating with honors from Tufts University, Herrick received his law degree from the University of California, Berkeley (Boalt Hall) School of Law. He entered private practice with Farrell, Fritz, P.C., a leading Long Island law firm, where he rose to the level of partner and was co-head of the firm’s Commercial Litigation Department, where he served as lead attorney in many complex matters, conducting numerous trials and frequently arguing cases in the appellate courts. In 1991, Herrick formed his own firm, where he continued his successful litigation practice first on Long Island, and then in the Albany area, until joining Tully Rinckey.
Over the years, he has represented a wide variety of sophisticated and high profile clients, including banks, insurance companies, regional and local shopping centers, commercial real estate developers, oil companies, technology firms, and a National Hockey League team.
In addition to being a member in good standing of the Bar of the State of New York, authorized to practice in all state courts, Herrick is admitted to the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, and the United States District Courts for the Northern, Southern and Eastern Districts of New York. He is a member of the Albany County Bar Association and its Commercial/Appellate Practice Committee. He is a past member of the Judicial Hearing Officer Screening Committee for the Tenth Judicial District. He has also lectured on New York civil practice at both professional associations and law schools and is a former adjunct professor of New York practice at Touro Law School.