The Ferradino Firm provides business strategy and legal solutions to challenges faced by businesses, not for profit organizations and individuals. With more than two decades of experience, the firm seeks creative and effective solutions to advance your business goals or solve critical issues facing your team.
The founder of the firm, Stephanie Ferradino, uses creativity and a network of collaborators to chart the course to achieve her client's identified goals. Stephanie's experience in unprecedented projects includes siting the first solar array in New York State at Skidmore College, obtaining regulatory and municipal approvals for GlobalFoundries and facilitating the expansion of health care facilities, distribution centers, national stores and cell tower development.
Stephanie is a business strategist and lawyer. Her experience in the past two decades has honed her ability to assist businesses in developing strategies to achieve unprecedented project goals or resolve issues preventing growth. Her experience in unique projects includes siting the first large scale solar array in New York State for Skidmore College, obtaining regulatory and municipal approvals for GlobalFoundries semiconductor facility, and obtaining approvals for Saratoga Hospital's first helipad and radiation oncology center. When businesses have unique challenges, they contact Stephanie to devise strategies to allow them to progress to achieve their goals.
Throughout her legal career, land use has been a special area of focus for her practice. She has significant experience in advising clients on real estate development, zoning and planning matters and municipal regulation. Stephanie has obtained approvals for some of the largest development projects in New York and has honed her ability to bring parties together to resolve difficult issues in representing applicants before municipal boards. Stephanie is well versed in New York State's Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA) and has guided clients through the process of preparing environmental impact statements when their projects were issued SEQRA positive declarations. She is an annual speaker at the regional planning conference hosted by Saratoga County Planning Board. She is highly skilled in real estate law and handles real estate transactions for individuals, companies and lenders.
Stephanie's vast experience in many areas of law has been refined during her career practicing law in New York State. She has been involved in administration and probate of estates, providing corporate and commercial advice to individuals and businesses, drafting and negotiating contracts, and preparing leases, wills and other legal agreements.
Siena College, magna cum laude 1993
Albany Law School of Union University, JD 1996