Jacob F. Lamme is a shareholder at McNamee Lochner P.C. Jake's practice spans a wide range of litigation areas, including commercial/contract, personal injury, labor and employment, real property, and land use and zoning litigation. He has experience representing businesses, governmental entities and individual clients in both state and federal courts.
Jake represents individuals and businesses in personal injury matters (motor vehicle accidents and premises liability), products liability, and labor law actions.
He also represents companies and their management in administrative forums, such as the New York State Department of Labor (Unemployment Insurance Appeal Board), its Administrative Law Judges and Tribunals, and the New York State Division of Human Rights.
Jake has notable experience litigating Article 7 tax certiorari (real property tax assessment challenges) and Article 78 proceedings.
As a complement to his litigation practice, Jake also provides corporate counsel to local, statewide, national and international companies in a variety of contract, real property, and employment and labor matters.
Jake received his undergraduate education at the University of Missouri and University at Albany. He is a 2005 graduate of Albany Law School, where he graduated with honors, served on the Albany Law Review, and worked as a research assistant and teaching assistant.
Mr. Lamme's community involvement includes serving on the board of directors for the Guilderland Library Foundation, sitting on the Capital Region Chamber's Leadership Tech Valley Program steering committee, and volunteering as a manager and coach for the Guilderland Girls Softball League.
Jake lives in Guilderland, New York with his wife and two children.