Firm partner Brian T. Egan, Esq. addressed members of the Suffolk County Bar Association on municipal strategies for dealing with "Zombie Homes". The lecture was part of the annual Allen Sak Municipal Law Program produced by the Suffolk Academy of Law. The annual program is dedicated to the legendary Town Attorney Allen Sak who served the Town of Brookhaven. Egan addressed municipal strategies under the Real Property Actions and Proceedings Law, and the new obligations for foreclosing financial institutions under the amendments signed into law by Governor Andrew Cuomo that went into effect December 20, 2016. "Zombie Homes" are houses that can sit vacant and neglected for years as the property winds its way through the judicial foreclosure process. Egan is a Past Chairman of the Bar's Municipal Law Committee and currently serves as the Village Attorney for the Incorporated Villages of Port Jefferson and Patchogue.