Anthony D. Parone, of Niagara Falls, NY, is recognized by the International Association of Who’s Who as one of America’s Most Influential Attorneys for his extensive achievements within the field of Law.
NIAGARA FALLS, NY, February 09, 2020 /24-7PressRelease/ — Mr. Anthony D. Parone is a pillar of the law community in Niagara Falls and has worked in the law industry for an impressive 60 years. Currently, he is working as a private practice lawyer, a role which he has served in since 1968.
Mr. Parone does not have one specific reason why he chose to pursue a career in Law, however, he has always been interested in the field and his uncle was a key support throughout his education. Mr. Parone is a graduate of the University of Buffalo; in 1957 he secured his Bachelor of Arts and in 1960 he received his Bachelor of Law qualification. He then studied at New York University, where he received a Master of Law in Taxation in 1961 and returned to the University of Buffalo where in 1968, he became a Doctor of Jurisprudence. These impressive qualifications well equipped Mr. Parone for his extensive professional career.
His professional law experience began in 1960 when he was first licensed to practice law by the New York State Bar. He was also able to practice law in California in 1966 after he was admitted to the State Bar of California and in the same year, he also became able to practice before the United States District Court for the Southern District of California. Subsequently in 1980, he became able to practice before the United States District Court for the Western District of New York.
Before founding his own practice, Mr. Parone spent around seven years in a variety of different roles. His law career began as a general counsel for the Conbow Corporation and a lawyer with Gellman and Gellman in Niagara Falls in 1961. He then chose to move across the country and became an assistant general counsel for the National General Corporation in Los Angeles between 1965-66. On his return to New York, Mr. Parone held an associate role at Buffalo based Saperston, Wiltse, Duke, Day & Wilson between 1966-1968.
Throughout his career Mr. Parone has been able to refine his skills in corporate and real estate law. Mr. Parone attributes his exceptional professional skills to his first employer, Jack E. Gellman. In addition to these roles, he has also contributed extensively to the field for more than ten years, as starting in 1978, he was a trustee of the Stella Niagara Education Park. He was also president of the Niagara County Bar Association in 1983.
Mr. Parone is proud to have fathered on daughter and has two grandchildren. When not working, he likes to spend his time golfing or with his family. Looking to the future, Mr. Parone would like to retire, but for the moment his law practice is very popular and this keeps him busy.
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