ABK LAW IN THE NEWS: Arthur Aidala #26 on City & State 2023 Law Power 100 List
ABK LAW IN THE NEWS: Arthur Aidala #26 on City & State 2023 Law Power 100 List CONGRATULATIONS to all the incredible honorees of City & State’s 2023 Law Power 100 List :: The legal eagles in the world of New York politics.
We are proud that our Aidala, Bertuna & Kamins P.C. Managing Partner, Arthur Aidala Esq was recognized…
“As a senior trial attorney in the Brooklyn district attorney’s office, Arthur Aidala prosecuted his fair share of criminal cases, but for years he’s been on the other side of the fence as a criminal defense lawyer at Aidala Bertuna & Kamins. He’s known for his debonair style, whether as a commentator on Fox News, on his AM 970 radio show or at press conferences for big-name clients. Described by The New York Times as “the nice-guy lawyer for America’s tabloid villains,” he has defended Harvey Weinstein, Rudy Giuliani and Ghislaine Maxwell. His firm recently teamed up with Gotham Government Relations & Communications .”
“Since laws are the foundation of government, it’s no surprise that the legal profession is inextricably involved in countless governmental functions. As lawmakers draft legislation, they rely on advice from legal counsel. City and state governments employ thousands of attorneys to assist in implementing laws. Judges deploy legal expertise as they rule on violations of the law – and decide whether to uphold or overturn them. Running for office requires the assistance of campaign attorneys, while advocacy campaigns to change local, state or federal policies hinge on an in-depth understanding of the legal implications of a particular proposal. And in recent years, the election of prosecutors and the appointment of judges has become a more partisan endeavor aimed at shifting policy through the courts.
City & State’s Law Power 100 recognizes the most influential legal professionals in the world of New York politics and government. The list features high-profile elected officials, powerful prosecutors, high-ranking appointees, partners at prominent firms, defense attorneys, public defenders, legal scholars and others in the profession who advise or oversee governmental bodies, advocate for policy changes or argue cases before our highest courts.”