Windels Marx Transportation Practice Group Chair and partner, Matthew W. Daus, announced that former Deputy General Counsel for the NYC Comptroller’s Office, Breanne Injeski, has joined the firm as Special Counsel.
“We are excited to welcome Bre to our Transportation Practice Group, where her years of diverse legal experience in both the public and private sector will be of tremendous value to our clients,” said Matt.
Bre has experience in both the public and private sectors, including: municipal and administrative law; government affairs and ethics; regulatory compliance; due diligence investigations; environmental law; telecommunications regulation; intellectual property (trademark and copyright); Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration compliance; labor and employment law (including EEO investigations and employee discipline); and providing compliance training for employees.
“I am honored to join such a well-respected law firm and transportation practice, which is recognized locally and internationally for delivering results,” said Bre. “I look forward to bringing my skills and experience to the transportation team, where I will work on a wide range of matters, from litigation, to regulatory, technology, employment, procurement, administrative law and banking/finance.”
Prior to joining the firm, Bre served as Deputy General Counsel, Ethics Officer & Disciplinary Trial Advocate for the Office of the New York City Comptroller. She also worked for the NYC Conflicts of Interest Board as an Enforcement Attorney and was promoted to help oversee the enforcement program.
• Breanne E. Injeski joins Windels Marx as special counsel.