Sabastian S. Piedmont is an Associate with Tully Rinckey PLLC who primarily practices in the firm’s municipal, education, and labor and employment practice groups. At his prior firm he practiced in the same areas, specifically handling work related to COVID-19 recovery for businesses and local governments. Also, he has worked extensively with the Onondaga County Deputy Sheriff’s Benevolent Association (DSBA) during Collective Bargaining and Fact Finding between the Union and Onondaga County as well as assisting with defense of DSBA members in disciplinary matters and grievance hearings.
Sabastian has worked closely with many businesses, assisting both public and private clients with:
He also has a background in education law, having presented seminars to school administrators regarding Federal and State complaints made against school districts, and how to properly enforce required law. As well, he provides counsel for labor disputes between staff and school administration.
In addition to his background in business and education law, Sabastian also has experience with municipal law, having regularly:
In May 2019, he received his Juris Doctor and Certificate of Advanced Study in National Security & Counterterrorism Law from Syracuse University College of Law. While in law school, Sabastian interned with the District Attorney Joseph V. Cardone at the Orleans County District Attorney’s Office. In addition, he also interned with County Attorney Tina Wayland-Smith at the Madison County Attorney’s Office. He is admitted to practice in New York State Court.
While attending Syracuse University of Law, Sabastian served as the founding member and president of the Mental Wellness Society, an organization advocating for mental health and substance abuse issues faced by members in the legal field. While serving as president of the Mental Wellness Society, he organized multiple 5k events, speaker’s series addressing mental health and substance abuse issues when applying for application to the Bar, and various other events to destigmatize addressing the treatment of mental health and substance abuse.
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