Abby Rosmarin, a lawyer in our Mediation & Arbitration Practice Group, will speak at the 18th Annual Networking and Educational Forum of the Internal Academy of Collaborative Professionals in Philadelphia. Her topics will be "Collaborating in the Face of Financial Betrayal".
Frank W. Streng, who chairs our Surrogate’s Court Litigation group, lectured in Tarrytown for the Trusts & Estates Law Section of the New York State Bar Association as part of a program entitled “Successfully Handling a 1404 Proceeding Under the SCPA”. Frank’s topic was “Basics of SCPA 1404 Examinations.”
Nine of our lawyers have been selected Super Lawyers in the New York Metropolitan area. Dina M. Aversano has been selected in the areas of Estate & Trust Litigation, Business Litigation and Appellate. Gail M. Boggio has again been selected in the fields of Estate & Trust Litigation/Estate Planning & Probate/Elder Law. Howell Bramson has again been selected in the fields of Estate Planning/Tax and Corporate Business. Joseph Brophy has again been selected in the fields of Personal Injury/Medical Malpractice, General, Estate & Trust Litigation. Kathleen Donelli has again been selected in the fields of Family Law/Collaborative Law/Appellate. Dolores Gebhardt has again been selected in the fields of Family Law/Collaborative Law/Appellate. James K. Landau has again been selected in the fields of Business Litigation and Appellate. Frank W. Streng has again been selected in the fields of Estate & Trust Litigation and Estate Planning & Probate. Douglas S. Trokie has again been selected in the fields of Business/Corporate, Closely Held Business, Real Estate, Business and Civil Litigation. Super Lawyers is a listing of outstanding lawyers from more than 70 practice areas who have been recognized by their colleagues as having the highest degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.
Dolores Gebhardt, who is a member of our Collaborative Law and Matrimonial & Family Law groups, wrote an article for the New York Law Journal entitled, “Charging Liens in Matrimonial Actions: A Vanishing Right".
We are pleased to announce that, effective July 4, 2017, James K. Landau has joined the firm as a partner and is a member of our Business Litigation and Appellate Practice groups. Jim has spent the bulk of his experience at Proskauer Rose LLP and Brown Raysman Millstein Felder & Steiner LLP. Jim has represented companies of all sizes and individuals in federal, state and local courts and tribunals, including arbitrations before the American Arbitration Association and mediations. Jim’s practice focuses on a broad range of matters, including commercial real estate litigation, commercial landlord-tenant litigation, commercial collection work, commercial arbitrations, insurance coverage litigation, bankruptcy litigation, employment disputes, partnership dissolution proceedings, and mortgage foreclosure actions. Jim also frequently counsels employers and employees in connection with the enforceability of restrictive covenants in employment agreements.
Abby Rosmarin, a lawyer in our Mediation & Arbitration Practice Group, spoke on "Bioethics and Family Conversations: Primer on Normative and Legal Ethics as applied to Medical Decision-Making." This presentation was co-sponsored by Westchester Women's Bar Association and Westchester County Bar Association.
Judge Miller and Abby Rosmarin, lawyers in our Mediation & Arbitration Practice Group, jointly spoke on "Early Intervention: Support Services for Parents in Conflict." This presentation was co-sponsored by Westchester Women's Bar Association and Family Kind.