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Phillips Lytle adds boutique firm

Serotte Reich PLLC joins Phillips Lytle

By: Daily Record Staff//August 16, 2022

Phillips Lytle adds boutique firm

Serotte Reich PLLC joins Phillips Lytle

By: Daily Record Staff//August 16, 2022//

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Serotte Reich PLLC, a boutique immigration law firm based in Buffalo, has joined Phillips Lytle LLP.

In addition to Zabrina V. Reich and Anthony J. Barone Jr., the legal support staff members from Serotte Reich have joined Phillips Lytle.

The addition expands Phillips Lytle’s immigration, international trade, and international law practice areas.

Zabrina V. Reich

Reich joins Phillips Lytle as a partner and team leader for its immigration practice. She assists companies and individuals in strategically navigating the complex United States immigration system. She works with businesses to obtain appropriate documentation for workers and regularly counsels investors, entrepreneurs, and startups in obtaining investment-based nonimmigrant visas.

Reich is a dual citizen of the U.S. and Canada and has counseled clients in a wide array of immigration matters across several industries, including professional sports, music and entertainment, fashion, health care, education, technology, engineering, manufacturing, and professional services.

In addition, she handles family-based immigration matters, naturalization, and waivers. She is a frequent speaker at immigration-related conferences and seminars and is very active in the American Immigration Lawyers Association.


Barone has joined Phillips Lytle as senior counsel. He focuses his practice on immigration matters involving individual and corporate client employment transfers, work permits for professionals, consultants and specialized technicians, investor/trader applications, and other employment-related aspects of immigration law.

Barone brings nearly 50 years of corporate, commercial, real estate, immigration and judicial experience to business and investment clients seeking U.S. immigration status.

Barone also served as a municipal judge in Evans, Erie County, for 42 years.

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