Gail M. Boggio, who co-chairs our Trusts & Estates and Surrogate’s Court Litigation groups, spoke at a program sponsored by Westchester County Bar Association's Trusts & Estates Section, entitled “Heckerling 2019 Review”. This was a review of the January 2019 program given by the University of Miami School of Law, Heckerling Institute on Estate Planning. The Heckerling Institute on Estate Planning is the leading educational conference for estate planners. Heckerling offers practical guidance on today’s most important tax and non-tax planning issues, including the planning challenges and opportunities presented by the 2017 Tax Act and provides attendees the opportunity to expand their estate planning expertise.
We are pleased to announce that Natalie S. Felsenfeld has joined our firm as an associate attorney. Natalie is a member of our Trusts & Estates, Charitable Gift Planning, Exempt Organizations, Taxation and Surrogate's Court Litigation groups.
With the expected legalization of marijuana in New York, McCarthy Fingar’s corporate and litigation lawyers are gearing up to represent clients as to the legal issues presented by such legalization. One of our lawyers, James K. Landau, a member of our Business Litigation and Appellate Practice groups, co-authored an article in in the February, 2019 issue of Westchester Lawyer, published by the Westchester County Bar Association, entitled, “The Expected Legalization of Cannabis for Adult Use in New York Will Bring New Challenges for Attorneys.”
Dolores Gebhardt, who is a member of our Appellate Practice, Collaborative Law and Matrimonial & Family Law groups, was featured in the February, 2019 issue of Westchester Lawyer, published by the Westchester County Bar Association. Dolores "tells all" in the article, including how, when she is not in court for her clients, she teaches a "spinning class" at New York Sports Club! She says: “Join me Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m., Sundays at 8:15 and 9:15 a.m. for the ride of your life! You’ll sweat, you’ll suffer, you’ll thank me later.”