- JD: Tulane Law School
- BS: Fordham University
- New York
- Family and Matrimonial Law
- Civil Litigation
- Albany NY
Mario D. Cometti, Esq.
A seasoned litigator, Mario has a diverse background and a long track record of successfully representing individuals and businesses throughout New York and State and around the Country. As a Partner at Tully Rinckey PLLC, his practice focuses on litigation. This includes family and matrimonial law, representing parents, spouses and other parties in cases involving divorce, child support, child custody, child visitation, property rights, spousal support, prenuptial and postnuptial agreements, domestic violence issues and post-divorce issues such as modification and enforcement. He also practices civil and commercial litigation; representing businesses of all sizes in a wide range of issues, including contract disputes, contract negotiations, dispute resolution and advising companies on best business legal practices.
Prior to joining Tully Rinckey PLLC, Mario gained years of extensive experience in the Connecticut and New York Metropolitan area representing parties – including high net worth individuals – in complex litigation and divorce proceedings. He has also represented health care systems and provider groups as a consultant in the ever-changing field of health care law and, when necessary, in litigation against insurers and payors for various types cases such as contract disputes, unfounded disclaimers or underpayments and the recovery of fees. Additionally, Mario has years of experience in personal injury lawsuits, both as a defense and plaintiff counsel.
Mario is well known throughout New York for his support and assistance in the Veteran’s community. Mario is the Chair of an Alliance Board (consisting of leaders in the business, institutional education and not-for profit field) who together created and sponsored the VETCON conference held in the Capital District in 2016. VETCON, which was a phenomenal success, has morphed into a statewide project assisting veteran owned business and helping secure employment opportunities for veterans. Mario is also involved in the Startup business community, always looking to help new entrepreneurial ventures with legal guidance.
“LITERALLY THE BEST MONEY I EVER SPENT!!!! The USAF charged my son with Article 92, Violate General Order and Article 128, Simple Assault. I spoke to many attorneys who said to me, “Your son will be convicted of the Simple …
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Tully Rinckey did a great job on my case. They was extremely knowledgeable and had a great “bedside manner.” They was obviously also highly respected by the members of the board we appeared before. - K.P. on Tully Rinckey …
Gay Marriage Marks 3-Year Anniversary Thursday, “4-Year Itch” Around the Corner July 22, 2014 – Albany, N.Y. – With this Thursday marking the third anniversary of when the Marriage Equality Act took effect, ushering in gay marriage in New York …
Gay Marriage Marks 4-Year Anniversary in NYS TODAY, Same-Sex Couples Feel “4-Year Itch” With today marking the fourth anniversary of when the Marriage Equality Act took effect on July 24, 2011, ushering in gay marriage in New York State, many …
By Richard H. Sargent For years, Central New York home sellers have endured a “buyer’s market,” where prospective home purchasers wielded substantial clout in negotiations over sales prices and key components of purchase agreements. While the reign of the buyer’s …
By Donald E. Kelly Fewer drivers statewide are facing prison and straight jail sentences for felony driving while intoxicated convictions. This trend, however, does not mean New York is softening on drunk drivers, because more drivers convicted of felony DWI …
Graig Zappia, Partner at Tully Rinckey PLLC, was one of the speakers at the recent New Dentist Conference held by NYSDA at the Roosevelt Hotel in Manhattan on June 8th. This marks the first time NYSDA has held a conference …