A business attorney representing local, regional, and national clients, Langston McFadden focuses his practice on the quality representation of individuals, organizations, and corporations (for-profit and non-profit). Langston’s practice is primarily focused on commercial/business representation in areas which include, but are not limited to, health care litigation, personal injury defense, civil rights violations defense, governmental regulatory disputes, and employment litigation. While he prides himself on his ability to provide quality, effective, and efficient litigation and representation to his firm's clients, he is equally proud of the counseling and guidance he provides to the firms' clients in an effort to avoid the need for costly and protracted litigation.
Langston is the president of the Monroe County Bar Association. He serves on the boards of The Children’s Agenda, Urban League of Rochester, Mental Health Association, and Uncommon Schools Rochester Prep. He is a volunteer high school boys’ basketball coach with the American Athletic Union and a volunteer with Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Greater Rochester. Langston was recognized on the New York Daily Record’s Power 20 Litigation List, The Best Lawyers in America© 2021-2023, and SuperLawyers© 2020-2021.