Tarter Krinsky & Drogin is pleased to announce the continuation of its CLE programs, open to attorneys, clients and others interested in the topics. The webinar programs, which each cover various areas of the law reflecting the full-service nature of the firm’s practice, will be held via Zoom. Advance registration is required. To learn more and register for a program, contact email@example.com.
On August 26, 2020, Labor & Employment Partner Richard Steer will present the webinar, "The New Hidden Discrimination Danger: Stereotyping" as part of the New York Staffing Association (NYSA)’s Law Day. Rich will delve into defining stereotyping as a form of workplace discrimination, identifying the legal risks for staffing companies and discussing applicable significant court decisions.
On August 3, Trusts and Estates Partner Robert Freedman will present “Legal and Financial Planning” for families affected by Alzheimer’s and dementia at CaringKind. Bob will discuss how to manage legal and financial concerns that face families affected by Alzheimer’s and dementia. The seminar topics will include Power of Attorney, Health Care Proxy, Long-Term Care Insurance, Joint Bank Accounts, Guardianship and Medicaid Eligibility.
On July 17, 2020 and August 14, 2020, Trusts and Estates associate Alexis Gruttadauria will present the CLE, “Elder Law and Estate Planning 101” for the New York State Bar Association Bridging the Gap Program. The CLE program offers courses for newly admitted attorneys to develop a foundation in the practical skills, techniques and procedures that are essential to the practice of law.
On July 14, 2020, Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring Partner Rocco Cavaliere will participate in the New York Institute of Credit virtual panel, “The Real Estate Bankruptcy Business is Booming.” The panel of real estate experts will share their experiences in today’s changing landscape and outlook for 2020 including New York City’s new rent law and regulations, real estate financing in the new paradigm and the bankruptcy boom expectations.
Giuliano Iannaccone, Partner, Chair of the International and Retail Groups and Co-Chair of the Italy Practice will participate in a webinar co-hosted by GEN USA and ANIMA - Confindustria Meccanica Varia (the Italian Mechanical Engineering Industry Association).
On June 30, 2020, Intellectual Property Co-Chair Amy Goldsmith will participate in the Zoom panel, “Time for Reinvention: Planning for Divorce, Death, Financing and Innovation.” Amy will join other industry professionals to explore various legal and financial planning in light of COVID-19.
On June 24, 2020, Intellectual Property Co-Chair Amy B. Goldsmith and Partner Nels Lippert will be moderating Lawline’s State of the IP Practice Area Zoom Round Table. The program will delve into how COVID-19 has impacted the Intellectual Property landscape, including what trends and issues practitioners are experiencing during this time.
On June 23, 2020, Litigation and Labor & Employment Partner Rich Schoenstein will present the Stafford Live CLE Webinar, “Noncompete Agreement Litigation Strategies.” The CLE program will take a look at the increasing use of noncompete provisions and the litigation they generate, examining recent developments in the courts and litigation strategies from the perspective of both employers and employees.
On June 19, 2020, Reputation Management Co-chair and Intellectual Property Partner Mark Rosenberg will participate on the panel, “Video Marketing and the Rise of Tik Tok” hosted by Envision Horizons. The panel will delve into how to utilize paid video marketing tactics and how to go viral on the social media platform Tik Tok.
Tarter Krinsky & Drogin partnered with Università Bocconi to host a virtual educational program for Bocconi law students as part of its In-Company Training Program for the sixth consecutive year. The Bocconi In-Company Training Program is a global academic program that provides its students the opportunity to learn more about select companies in the United States and other countries worldwide.
On April 23, Immigration partner Roxanne Levine will present the CLE program, “H-1B Visas – 2020 Update,” which will explore the history of the H1-B visa program, its current interpretations and policy memos affecting implementation. The H-1B program, administered by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), has served as the backbone to furnish U.S. corporations with highly skilled and educated foreign talent.
On April 1, Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring partner Rocco Cavaliere will moderate the NYIC panel discussion, “Current Disruptions in Real Estate & Bankruptcy.” The panel will delve into the future of real estate in New York City, including the recent rent law changes and regulations, new retail landscape, real estate financing in the new paradigm, future increase in volume of bankruptcies and the outlook for 2020 and beyond.
On June 9, 2020, COVID-19 Practice Member Elishama Rudolph will co-present the CLE “Practice Management During a Pandemic,” which will discuss the CARES Act Loans, PPP management and forgiveness. The CLE program is part of the Elder Law & Special Needs Section Virtual Summer Meeting Series, which is co-chaired by Trusts and Estates Associate Alexis Gruttadauria.
Trusts and Estates Associate Alexis Gruttadauria will moderate a series of webinar sessions presented for the New York State Bar Association Elder Law and Special Needs Section. Topics covered include: Practice Management During a Pandemic, Changes in Financial and Legal Landscape, Advanced Health Care Directives, and Medicaid Changes.
On May 19, 2020, Trusts and Estates Associate Alexis Gruttadauria will participate in the New York State Bar Association webinar, “Discussion of Nursing Home Crisis Relating to COVID-19: Developing an Action Plan.” The webinar will delve into issues affecting clients who reside in skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, group homes and other temporary and permanent residential arrangements resulting from the COVID-19 crisis.
On May 12, 2020, Intellectual Property Co-chair Amy Goldsmith will be speak on, “How to Present a Webinar” for the New York Women’s Bar Association. The CLE program will explore the best practices for a successful CLE on Zoom including tips for using Zoom, utilizing visuals and publicizing the event.
Construction partner Laurie Stanziale will moderate a session at the Greenpearl 9th Annual Real Estate Women’s Forum on February 27 in New York City. The event is designed to connect, educate, advance and highlight the accomplishments of female leaders in the commercial real estate industry. Laurie will present "Driving Smart Growth in NYC: Development Strategies that Promote Equitable, Healthy & Sustainable Communities Panel,” which will explore topics shaping the industry such as e-commerce, changing demographics and lifestyles, wellness and sustainability, rising interest rates, smart technologies, labor constraints and an affordable housing shortage.
Construction chair David Pfeffer will once again speak at the New York Construction & Development Forum on February 27. David will speak on the morning panel, "Developing for the Future in an Era of Change & Uncertainty,” which will explore how top development leaders are dealing with key pain points arising from today’s environment, including high construction costs, tightness in the labor market, open shop difficulties, risk management headaches, materials pricing and design challenges.
Giuliano Iannaccone, Partner, Chair of the International and Retail Groups and Co-Chair of the Italy Practice at Tarter Krinsky & Drogin LLP, will speak at "USA-Italy Food Incubator" on January 14, 2020, in Treviso, Italy. The event will announce the new food incubator project in New York, designed for small and mid-size businesses and start-up companies interested in entering the U.S. market. The program is hosted by the Italian Chamber of Commerce - Treviso and Belluno Chapters and co-sponsored by the Italy-America Chamber of Commerce of New York.
On January 6, Trusts and Estates partner Robert Freedman will present Legal and Financial Planning for families affected by Alzheimer’s at CaringKind. Bob will cover how to manage legal and financial concerns that face families affected by Alzheimer’s.
On December 12, Intellectual Property co-chair Amy Goldsmith and Litigation counsel Joel Rosner will present a Lawline CLE webcast, “Knockoffs and Takedowns: Protecting IP Rights on Social Media.” During this program, Amy and Joel will explore how to determine what IP rights exist with respect to an infringed product, how to remove knockoff products from social media platforms and how to take other legal measures to stop the infringement.
On December 12, Trusts & Estates, Elder Law and Special Needs partner Robert M. Freedman and associate Alexis Gruttadauria will present the CLE program, “What Every Attorney Needs to Know About Elder Law.” The program, which is part of Tarter Krinsky & Drogin’s CLE series, will focus on the most important legal and financial issues facing the growing aging population. Elderly clients worry about how they will manage their health care and finances for the rest of their lives and are particularly concerned about the effects of memory loss and dementia. About 15% of the population is affected by dementia by age 70 and that percentage increases to about 40% by age 90.
On December 10, Intellectual Property co-chair Amy Goldsmith will present the CLE program, “Legally LinkedIn (And Other Social Media, Too!).” During the program, which is part of Tarter Krinsky & Drogin’s CLE series, Amy and co-presenter, Carol Schiro Greenwald from CSG MarketingPartners, will explore the various legal issues that may arise from gathering information using social media and attorney advertising.