Scott B. Black, Esq., graduated and received his Juris Doctorate from Pace University School of Law in 1997, and received his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management from Towson State University in 1994. He is admitted to practice law in both the State and Federal Courts of New York State. Following his admission to the N.Y.S. Bar in January, 1998, Mr. Black became associated with a prominent Nassau County law firm in East Meadow, New York, where he represented clients in the areas of employment and labor law, civil and commercial litigation, and criminal defense litigation, gaining valuable experience in each area of law. He also represented various police and firefighter's labor unions in all aspects of collective bargaining, internal affairs and disciplinary matters before the Courts of the State of New York, including the Public Employment Relations Board. Since forming the law firm Jones & Black, P.C. in September, 2003, Mr. Black has continued to represent numerous clients in these areas of the law, and is currently special counsel to various Nassau and Suffolk County Police Labor Unions, while also serving as the Village Prosecutor for the Incorporated Village of North Hills, in Nassau County, New York. In the criminal law context, he has experience from both viewpoints (ie, from a prosecutorial and a defense standpoint), giving him greater insight as to what it takes, in a legal sense, to successfully prepare, try and resolve various criminal matters for the firm's clients, from the basic traffic infraction to the serious felony arrest. Mr. Black takes pride in his ability to connect with his clients, to return his client's calls in a prompt manner, and to provide quality legal services at a reasonable rate.
Timothy E. Jones, Esq., graduated and received his Juris Doctorate and Environmental Law certificate from Pace University School of Law in 1997, and received his Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Studies from St. John's University in 1994. Mr. Jones concentrates his practice in the areas of real estate and corporate transactions and litigation, commercial litigation, and criminal defense litigation. Since forming the law firm Jones & Black, P.C. in September, 2003, Mr. Jones has continued to represent numerous clients in these areas of the law, while also serving as the Deputy Village Prosecutor for the Incorporated Village of North Hills, in Nassau County, New York. Mr. Jones has significant experience in representing trucking companies in all aspects of Vehicle/Traffic Law and Transportation Law issues.