Tony DiBrita focuses his practice on contract preparation and negotiation, risk management, dispute resolution and general business matters. His extensive experience includes professional liability claim and litigation management; the development and implementation of corporate risk management policies and procedures; construction and professional services contract review and negotiation; insurance procurement; corporate business registration and professional licensure. Mr. DiBrita also provides counsel on issues relating to corporate governance, ownership transition, and related requirements and documentation.
Prior to joining Zetlin & De Chiara, Mr. DiBrita served as General Counsel and Risk Manager for DeSimone Consulting Engineers PLLC; as Senior Counsel to The Thornton-Tomasetti Group, Inc.; as Assistant General Counsel to the New York City Department of Design and Construction; as Assistant General Counsel to the New York City Department of Buildings, and as Vice Chair of the New York City Electrical License Board.
The following are select representative matters:
News & Events
Michael K. De Chiara-Zetlin & De Chiara LLP, Moderator, Anthony J. DiBrita, Jr.- Zetlin & De Chiara LLP, Lionel Bejean-Greyling Insurance Brokerage & Risk Consulting, Inc. Peter Koppisch-Willian H. Connolly Co., LLC, Mary Beth Rumple-Poole Professionals, Kevin Viana-Marshall & Sterling Insurance
The panel of insurance experts and attorneys will address insurance coverage and risk management in these uncertain times and how you can take a proactive approach to protecting your business.
- 05.2010AIA-ACEC Special Advisory Committee Meeting - Risk Management: Assessing Risks for Projects Abroad
The New York City Council passed Local Law No. 97 of 2019 on April 18, 2019 and Local Law No. 147, amending Local Law No. 97, on June 26, 2019, both of which became effective as of November 15, 2019 (collectively “LL97”). LL97 ushers in a new era of stringent climate control regulations for the City, applicable to both existing buildings and new buildings. Though LL97’s emissions limitations do not begin until 2024, real estate owners and design professionals are already busy considering how the new limitations will impact current buildings, as well as those being contemplated for the future. This client alert intends to summarize LL97’s emission standards so that our clients may consider them when conceptualizing new projects and, where feasible and appropriate, recommend design elements and building systems to assist owners in meeting their new obligations.
- 12.2010The ABCs of International Practice DevelopmentZetlin & De Chiara LLP Review
- 2003Design-Build: Chapter 5New York Construction Law
Brooklyn Law School, J.D.
Lafayette College, B.S. Civil Engineering
- New York