For more than 60 years, our Staten Island attorneys have helped clients achieve their goals in litigation, business and estate matters. We take great pride in the results we have delivered to those we represent and in our long history of firm members who have served the community in numerous leadership and charity positions.
In this episode of Staten Island Spotlight on Business, Todd interviews James H. Thomson, Esq, partner with Scamardella, Gervasi, Thomson & Kasegrande, P.C., about how they are adjusting during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
James H. Thomson, Esq. is the partner overseeing the real estate and business law departments at Scamardella, Gervasi, Thomson & Kasegrande, P.C. Mr. Thomson has overseen these departments since 2007. In that capacity, he has handled thousands of transactions for hundreds of business owners, not-for-profits and individual clients. At the current time, his legal work is focused on representation of commercial property owners and business owners. Mr. Thomson daily handles matters including commercial real estate sales, purchases and leases; business asset sales and purchases; formation and dissolution of business entities, including Corporations and LLC’s; drafting of Buy-Sell Agreements, Operating Agreements and other corporate documents; handling commercial landlord-tenant matters; and filing ICAP tax abatement applications. Mr. Thomson’s department additionally provides representation on residential real estate sales, purchases and leases; and formation of Not-for-Profit Corporations, including those filing for 501(c)(3) status. These services are offered in both New York and New Jersey.
In addition to his commitment to the clients of Scamardella, Gervasi, Thomson & Kasegrande, P.C., Mr. Thomson is actively involved with the Staten Island business and not-for-profit communities. He is a founding member and past President of The Executive Club of Staten Island. He is a member, and past Board member, of the Staten Island Chamber of Commerce. He additionally has served on the Board of Directors of the West Brighton Local Development Committee. He currently serves on the advisory boards of St. Peter’s Boy’s High School and the Carl V. Bini Foundation.
Member Since: 2010