Brian C. Doyle, a prominent attorney and Co-Managing Shareholder of Greenberg Traurig’s Long Island office, has been named a member of the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct. The announcement came following his appointment by Senate Minority Leader Robert G. Ortt.
Doyle, a University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill alumnus and a Wake Forest School of Law graduate, has had a distinguished career in law. He started as an Assistant District Attorney in Suffolk County before transitioning into private practice. In his current role, Doyle specializes in representing clients in various legal matters, including real estate transactions, municipal determinations, construction, business, and broker disputes.
Beyond his professional endeavors, Doyle has been actively involved in the legal community. He chaired the East End Committee of the Suffolk County Bar Association and was part of its Judicial Screening Committee. His commitment to legal excellence and community service is also evident from his past roles on the Board of Directors of the East Hampton Business Alliance and as treasurer of the East End Regional Intervention Court. In 2011, the Suffolk County Bar Association honored Doyle with a Special Award of Recognition for his contributions.
The appointment marks a significant step in Doyle’s career, reflecting his expertise and dedication to the legal field. Additional information about his new role and the Commission is available on the Commission’s official website, www.cjc.ny.gov.
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