John A. Musacchio is an Associate Attorney who represents both individuals and businesses in many diverse practice areas across New York State, and is also admitted in Massachusetts and Vermont.
Mr. Musacchio aids individuals with their estate planning and long-term care planning needs, Medicaid applications, labor & employment matters, personal injury and product liability litigation, criminal and DWI defense, and real estate transactions. Additionally, he proudly represents nurses in defense of their professional licenses.
Mr. Musacchio provides a wide range of services to businesses across many industries. His understanding of the legal issues affecting day-to-day business operations, sources of potential liability, the employer/employee relationship, recordkeeping requirements, product liability issues, and discovery in litigation, enables him to assist his clients in managing risk and remaining compliant with relevant Federal and State laws and regulations. With a focus on maximizing benefits to his clients, he has the ability to draft transactional documents, facilitate finance agreements, handle employment/human resource management issues, guide clients through commercial real estate transactions, and defend the business if litigation arises.
Mr. Musacchio joined Towne, Ryan & Partners, P.C. after practicing with the litigation team at another prominent Capital District law firm, where he performed trial work in both New York State and Federal Courts. He has also previously practiced with a large, national law firm engaged in complex corporate litigation and the defense of corporations against anti-trust investigations by the United States Department of Justice.
Mr. Musacchio is honored to serve on the New York State Bar Association Committee on Disability Rights. He also serves as the Secretary for the Italian American Bar Association and as Co-Chair of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association Young Lawyers Committee, Capital Region division. An active member of the local community, he also sings with and serves as President of the Mendelssohn Club of Albany, a 60-member male choir and the oldest continuously active performing arts group in the Capital Region.