I am so excited to get my Vintage Sports Car Club of America (VSCCA) car racing license! I spent an action packed weekend at Pocono Raceway, learning the ins and outs of sports car racing, and getting out there on the track with some amazing cars and drivers. I managed to get through the weekend without trading any paint, spinning out of control, or breaking the car. What a blast!
On April 16, 2015, Lois participated in the Long Island Coastal Resiliency Summit, at the Land Use and Sustainable Development Law Institute at Touro Law School. This conference focused on the role of local law and policy solutions, including the newly enacted Community Risk and Resiliency Act, to the threats of climate change on Long Island. The Summit brought together local, state, and national leaders, as well as planners, land use practitioners, and legal scholars to explore the challenges Long Islanders face as we move from community resiliency planning to implementation. Smart growth efforts and local waterfront development projects were discussed in the context of developing regional best practices for Long Island to deal with the threats posed to our Island from extreme weather events, rising sea level, and other effects of climate change.
Hunting licenses are now dated from September 1 through August 31. Last year's license that runs from 10/1/13 - 9/30/14 is still good.
Crossbow hunting is now allowed, with proper permits.
Bow hunting setbacks have been decreased to 150 feet.
For more info www.dec.ny.gov
For Immediate Release August, 2014
Contact: Lois Rowman, Esq.
Lois Sicignano Rowman Announces Opening of Smithtown Law Office
Smithtown, N.Y. -- Lois Sicignano Rowman, Esq., has opened a new office in the heart of Smithtown, adjacent to the Smithtown Public Library. The general practice law office provides clients with comprehensive and custom-tailored legal solutions.
“It’s an honor to be able to represent Long Island residents on a wide range of legal matters,” said Ms. Rowman. “I look forward to forging long-term relationships with my clients.”
The Law Office of Lois Rowman provides legal advice in a number of areas including intellectual property, environmental law and criminal defense.
A long-time resident of Stony Brook, Ms. Rowman has served more than seven years as an Assistant District Attorney in Suffolk County and worked in the Economic Crime Bureau, the Environmental Crime Unit and the Drug Treatment Court. At home in federal and state courts, she is a registered patent attorney and has extensive trial and courtroom experience.
Ms. Rowman earned a Juris Doctorate at the Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center at Touro College, where she graduated magna cum laude and was her class salutatorian. As a law student, she was a member of the Moot Court Board of Advocates and an Editor of the Touro Law Review.
She also holds a Master’s degree in Technology Management from the College of Engineering and Applied Sciences and a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from the College of Arts and Sciences from the State University of New York at Stony Brook.
A member of the New York State and Suffolk County Bar associations, Ms. Rowman is also a member of the Suffolk County and New York State Women’s Bar associations. She is the president of the Suffolk County Chapter of Zonta International, a global non-profit advocacy group that works to advance the status of women, and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Coastal Steward, a non-profit environmental group.
The law office is located at 195 East Main Street, Smithtown. She can be reached at (631) 240-4952 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. Hours are by appointment.
Lois Sicignano Rowman is admitted to practice law in New York, the federal courts of the Eastern and Southern Districts of New York, and before the US Patent and Trademark Office. Lois’s expertise runs from criminal defense to general civil matters, including environmental law and intellectual property.