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Albany, NY 12203

Meet the Partners

Edwin J. Tobin

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A practicing attorney for more than 20 years, Ed is a well-known courtroom litigator, regularly trying multi-million dollar cases. Ed represents doctors and hospitals, defending claims of medical malpractice. He also represents municipalities and school districts on civil rights and zoning claims and claims of general municipal negligence.  He has represented counties, hospitals and businesses in environmental hazards litigation, lead exposure, Legionnaire’s Disease, and other environmental contaminations. Ed also represents small to medium-sized businesses in litigation matters regarding contract disputes, non-compete agreements, failures of performance, unfair competition claims, and other business matters. Ed’s skills as a courtroom litigator enable him to be a capable advocate in matrimonial matters. Where appropriate, Ed utilizes avenues of alternative dispute resolution and has a reputation as a skillful negotiator for his clients. Ed it well known for being prepared, exacting, and detail oriented.

A member of the Maynard team since 1990, Ed became a partner in 1997. He is admitted to practice in the State of New York, the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. He has earned a Martindale-Hubbell ranking of BV from fellow attorneys, indicating exemplary reputation, well-established practice and high professional standards.

After earning his undergraduate degree from the College of the Holy Cross, Ed went on to earn his law degree at Albany Law School.

Ed authored a monthly column, “The Legal Side,” for Success Magazine and repeatedly appeared on WABY Radio speaking on small business matters. He volunteers his time for his church and serves as Committee Chairman for Troop 53 of the Boy Scouts of America.

When he is not practicing law, Ed likes to work on Colonial home restorations and has been featured on Home & Garden Television and in the Times Union. He also writes music, and plays blues guitar.

Staff Associate:

Catherine Slusarz