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Firm News for 2001

  • Temple Lectures on The New Tax Laws - - Their Impact on Your Estate

    December 13, 2001

    Philip T. Temple lectured on Dec 13, 2001 for the Israel Humanitarian Foundation in New York City on "The New Tax Laws - - Their Impact on Your Estate".

  • Temple Lectures on Charitable Giving for the Non-Development Professional

    December 12, 2001

    Philip T. Temple lectured on Dec 12, 2001 for Lorman Educational Services in Garden City, New York on "Charitable Giving for the Non-Development Professional", as part of a program on New York Public Charities.

  • Temple Lectures on Charitable Giving for the Non-Development Professional

    December 06, 2001

    Philip T. Temple lectured on Dec 6th 2001 at the New York Public Charities seminar on Charitable Giving For the Non-Development Professional.

  • Gebhardt Lectures on Current Trends in Equitable Distribution

    Dolores Gebhardt, White Plains Divorce LawyerNovember 27, 2001

    Dolores Gebhardt lectured on November 27, 2001 for the Westchester Division of the Pace Women's Justice Center on "Current Trends in Equitable Distribution" as a part of the Family Law Lecture Series.

  • Fowler Participates in Law Day of National Multiple Sclerosis Society

    November 11, 2001

    John A. Fowler participated in the New York City Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s Law Day, which was held in New York City on November 11, 2001. On that occasion John offered his services on a pro bono basis to give legal advice on wills, trusts, powers of attorney and living wills and health care proxies to persons who attended the meeting. Each session with a client lasted one half hour and he offered to prepare documents in situations where they were warranted and requested.

  • Donelli Elected a Fellow of The American Bar Foundation.

    Kathleen Donelli, White Plains Divorce LawyerNovember 01, 2001

    Kathleen Donelli was elected a fellow of The American Bar Foundation.

  • Donelli Appointed to Board of Visitors of Pace University School of Law

    November 01, 2001

    Kathleen Donelli is a member of the Board of Visitors of Pace University School of Law.

  • Gebhardt Joins Firm as Associate

    Dolores Gebhardt, White Plains Divorce LawyerNovember 01, 2001

    Dolores Gebhardt has joined the firm as an associate. She will be primarily working in the Business Litigation and Matrimonial and Family Law practice groups.

  • Kiggins Updates Article on United States/South Africa Income Tax Treaty

    November 01, 2001

    Robert J. Kiggins revised his article on the "United States South Africa Income Tax Treaty" in which he discusses the impact of the new South Africa tax on capital gains.

  • Redis Lectures at Ethics Course at Pace Law School

    November 01, 2001

    Robert M. Redis is a lecturer in a Fall, 2001 Ethics course at Pace Law School with Professor Carlisle.

  • Smith Joins Firm as Associate

    November 01, 2001

    Andrea J. Smith has joined the firm as an associate. She will be primarily working in the Business Litigation and Matrimonial and Family Law Practice Areas.

  • Temple Lectures on Family Private Foundations, Supporting Organizations and Donor Advised Funds

    October 25, 2001

    Philip T. Temple lectured on October 25, 2001 for New York University’s 60th Institute on Federal Taxation in New York City on "Family Private Foundations, Supporting Organizations and Donor Advised Funds".

  • Temple Participates in Conference on Reformation of the Charitable Contribution Deduction

    October 25, 2001

    Philip T. Temple participated on October 25 and 26, 2001 in New York City in a conference on Reformation of the Charitable Contribution Deduction sponsored by the National Center for Philanthropy and the Law of the New York University School of Law.

  • Streng Lectured on Revocable Trusts and Ethical Considerations for Estate Planners

    Frank W. Streng, White Plains Estate Litigation LawyerOctober 23, 2001

    Frank W. Streng lectured on October 23, 2001 and October 24, 2001 for the New York State Bar Association on "Revocable Trusts" and "Ethical Considerations for Estate Planners".

  • Temple Lectures on Charitable Planning with Qualified Plan Assets

    October 17, 2001

    Philip T. Temple lectured on October 17, 2001 for the UJA-Federation of NY’s Professional Study Group in New York City on "Charitable Planning With Qualified Plan Assets".

  • Temple Lectures on Using Unusual Assets for Planned Gifts

    October 17, 2001

    Philip T. Temple lectured on October 17, 2001 in New York City at the Planned Giving Group of Greater New York on "Using Unusual Assets for Planned Gifts".

  • Temple Lectures on the Truth About Planned Giving, a Creative Way to Serve Your Donor’s Needs

    October 10, 2001

    Philip T. Temple lectured on October 10, 2001 for the Westchester Association of Development Officers in White Plains, New York on "The Truth About Planned Giving, A Creative Way to Serve Your Donor’s Needs".

  • Bramson Lectures on New Qualified Plan Minimum Distribution Rules

    Howell Bramson, White Plains Business & Tax LawyerSeptember 24, 2001

    Howell Bramson lectured on September 24, 2001 for Westchester County Bar Association (Trusts & Estates and Tax Sections) on "New Qualified Plan Minimum Distribution Rules".

  • Newfield Lectures on 2001 Act & Its Effect on Charitable Giving In Estate Plans

    September 20, 2001

    Lisa Newfield lectured on September 20, 2001 for the Westchester Women's Bar Association on "The 2001 Act and Its Effect On Charitable Giving In Estate Plans".

  • Redis Participates in a New York State Unified Court System’s Conference on Access to Justice

    September 14, 2001

    Robert M. Redis participated in a New York State Unified Court System’s Conference on Access to Justice on September 14-15, 2001.

  • Streng and Firm Volunteer Legal Services for 9/11 Survivors

    Frank W. Streng, White Plains Estate Litigation LawyerSeptember 11, 2001

    Frank W. Streng is volunteering his time in assisting families of victims of the World Trade Center disaster on September 11, 2001. The firm has also made available to attorneys throughout the New York City metropolitan region forms of trust agreements to serve as Memorial Trust Funds for the benefit of the families of the victims.

  • Temple Lectures on Creative Charitable Giving With or Without the Estate Tax

    September 05, 2001

    Philip T. Temple lectured on September 5, 2001 for the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on "Creative Charitable Giving With or Without the Estate Tax".

  • Temple Lectures on Charitable Gift Planning

    September 05, 2001

    Philip T. Temple lectured on September 5, 2001 for the Practising Law Institute in New York City on "Charitable Gift Planning".

  • The Firm Participates in STAR program

    July 25, 2001

    The Firm’s participation in the STAR program (Success Through Academic Readiness, which is a program of the Institute for Student Achievement, was reported in The Journal News. Kathleen Donelli had this to say in the news article about the program: "It's hard to know what the inside of any profession is until you see it. Actually experiencing life in a law firm, life in a courtroom — it's invaluable." (The Journal News, 7/25/2001)

  • Temple Lectures on Forming and Advising Family Foundations

    July 25, 2001

    Philip T. Temple lectured on July 25, 2001 in White Plains, New York for the Foundation for Accounting Education on "Forming and Advising Family Foundations".

  • Donelli Lectures on Access to Children’s Medical Records

    Kathleen Donelli, White Plains Divorce LawyerJune 19, 2001

    Kathleen Donelli lectured on June 19, 2001 for Lorman Education on Access to Children’s Medical Records.

  • Streng Lectures on Ethics in Surrogate’s Court Litigation

    Frank W. Streng, White Plains Estate Litigation LawyerJune 11, 2001

    Frank W. Streng lectured on June 11, 2001 for Westchester County Bar Association (Trusts & Estates Section) on "Ethics in Surrogate’s Court Litigation".

  • Newfield Lectures on Special Problems in Fiduciary Income Taxation

    May 21, 2001

    Lisa Newfield lectured on May 21, 2001 for the New York State Bar Association on "Special Problems in Fiduciary Income Taxation".

  • Temple Lectures on Changing Tax Laws – How Can You Protect Your Estate?

    May 17, 2001

    Philip T. Temple lectured on May 17, 2001 for the Israel Humanitarian Foundation in New York City on "Changing Tax Laws – How Can You Protect Your Estate?".

  • Bramson Lectures on Taxation of Technology Companies

    Howell Bramson, White Plains Business & Tax LawyerMay 15, 2001

    Howell Bramson lectured for Lorman Education on Taxation of Technology Companies.

  • Temple Lectures on Charitable Gift Annuities and Commercial Annuities

    May 11, 2001

    Philip T. Temple lectured on May 11, 2001 for the UJA-Federation of NY in New York City on "Charitable Gift Annuities or Commercial Annuities - - That Is The Question".

  • Temple Lectures on the Use of the Private Family Foundation

    May 11, 2001

    Philip T. Temple lectured on May 11, 2001 for the Westchester Chapter of the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants in White Plains, New York on "Use of the Private Family Foundation".

  • Temple Lectures on Gifts of Retirement Assets and Legislative Update and Charitable Planning With Stock Options

    May 01, 2001

    Philip T. Temple lectured on May 1, 2001 for the United Jewish Communities, Endowment Directors Institute in Memphis, Tennessee on "Gifts of Retirement Assets and Legislative Update and Charitable Planning With Stock Options".

  • Temple Lectures on Creative Uses of Split-Interest Charitable Trusts in Estate and Financial Planning

    April 30, 2001

    Philip T. Temple lectured on April 30, 2001 for the College Miscricordia in Dallas, Pennsylvania on "Creative Uses of Split-Interest Charitable Trusts in Estate and Financial Planning".

  • Temple Lectures on the New Bush Administration: A Review of the Proposed Estate and Gift Tax Law Changes

    April 19, 2001

    Philip T. Temple lectured on April 19, 2001 for the Metropolitan Jewish Geriatric Foundation in New York City on "The New Bush Administration: A Review of the Proposed Estate and Gift Tax Law Changes".

  • Temple Authored Article for Trusts & Estates Magazine on Donations of Art

    April 01, 2001

    Philip T. Temple authored an article in the April, 2001 issue of Trusts & Estates magazine (www.trustsandestates.com), "Donations Of Art: They Are Not Just Appropriate For Museums"

  • Redis Co-Chairs Food PATCH’s Annual Dinner

    February 09, 2001

    Robert M. Redis acted as a Co-Chair of Food PATCH’s annual dinner on February 9, 2001

  • Temple Lectures on Current Developments in Charitable Gift Planning and Planned Giving

    February 08, 2001

    On February 8, 2001, Philip T. Temple gave a full day’s presentation on current developments in charitable gift planning and planned giving to the Orchard Foundation (the supporting organization of The Christian and Missionary Alliance) in Orlando, Florida.

  • Temple Lectures on Recent Developments in Charitable Gift Planning and Planned Giving

    February 07, 2001

    on February 7, 2001, Philip T. Temple gave a full day’s presentation on recent developments in charitable gift planning and planned giving to the National Planned Giving Department of the Arthritis Foundation in Atlanta, Georgia.

  • Donelli Elected Vice-President of Westchester Women's Bar Association

    Kathleen Donelli, White Plains Divorce LawyerFebruary 01, 2001

    Kathleen Donelli was elected Vice-President of the Westchester Women's Bar Association.

  • Firm Participates in STAR Program and Employs High School Student

    February 01, 2001

    As part of its participation in the STAR program, the firm has employed a Westchester high school student as a summer intern. The STAR program (Success through Academic Readiness) is a program of the Institute for Student Achievement, a not-for-profit organization.

  • Redis Elected Fellow of the American Bar Foundation and the New York State Bar Foundation

    February 01, 2001

    Robert M. Redis was elected a fellow of The American Bar Foundation and The New York State Bar Foundation.

  • Redis Selected as Chairman of the Fund Development Committee of Food PATCH

    February 01, 2001

    Robert M. Redis was selected as Chairman of the Fund Development Committee of Food PATCH.

  • Redis is a Member of the Golf Committee for Hudson Valley Hospital Center

    February 01, 2001

    Robert M. Redis is a member of the Golf Committee for Hudson Valley Hospital Center.

  • Harrington Lectures on Commercial Real Estate Transactions

    Joseph P. Harrington, White Plains Commercial Finance & Banking LawyerJanuary 17, 2001

    Joseph P. Harrington lectured on January 17, 2001 on Commercial Real Estate Transactions at Pace University College of Law as part of Pace's Continuing Legal Education program