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, "Construction and Development,” 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, "Development Pipeline/State of the Market,” 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.
On December 4, Charles Miller, Litigation partner and co-chair of the firm’s Securities and Financial Services Litigation Group, will present a CLE program to the New York Women’s Bar Association titled, “Individual Liability for Corporate Wrongdoing: How Thick is the Corporate Veil?”
On November 19, Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring partner Rocco Cavaliere and Intellectual Property co-chair Amy Goldsmith will present a CLE webcast for Lawline, an online CLE provider, “SCOTUS Review: Mission Product Holdings v. Tempnology,” where they will explain what can happen to intellectual property assets in a Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceeding. Rocco and Amy will also discuss patents, copyrights and trademarks in context of the Bankruptcy Code; review cases involving patents and copyright in bankruptcy; identify best practices for IP licensors and licensees and break down the Supreme Court’s long-awaited and important decision in Mission Product Holdings, Inc. v. Tempnology, LLC.
On November 19, Stefanie Marrone, Tarter Krinsky & Drogin’s Director of Business Development and Marketing, will present a program on social media tools and building a strong personal brand for the Association of Legal Administrators’ New York City chapter.
Stefanie Marrone, Tarter Krinsky & Drogin’s Director of Business Development & Marketing, was selected to be the co-chair of the 2019 Legal Marketing Association's Northeast Regional Conference, which will be held in New York City on November 14 and 15.
On November 12, Immigration partner Roxanne Levine will present, “The Crisis in Business Immigration; Alternatives to H-1B” at the 21st Annual New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education (NJICLE) Advanced Corporate Immigration Law Conference in New Jersey. Roxanne will explore significant immigration changes that affect businesses including when B-1 is appropriate, problem schools, H-2B, H-4, TPS, DACA and other EADs.
On November 12, Labor and Employment partner and Employment Practice Liability Insurance chair Rich Steer will speak at the New York Staffing Association’s roundtable workshop, “Onboarding and Employing Contract Workers.” The session will delve into onboarding and employing contract workers while managing compliance, leveraging technology and scaling.
Stefanie Marrone, Tarter Krinsky & Drogin’s Director of Business Development and Marketing, will be a featured speaker at the New York City Bar’s Small Law Firm Symposium, which will be held on November 7. Stefanie will present a one-hour session on, "Enhancing Your Online Presence to Grow Your Firm (and Your Brand) Without Breaking the Bank."
On October 29, Litigation partner and co-chair of the firm’s Securities and Financial Services Litigation Group Charles Miller will present, “Individual Liability for Corporate Wrongdoing: How Thick is the Corporate Veil?” During the program, which is part of Tarter Krinsky & Drogin’s CLE program series, Charles will provide a step-by-step guide to understanding the threat of individual liability for corporate acts under New York law. He will discuss the nature and scope of “veil piercing” and “alter ego” liability, using recent New York case law to provide concrete examples of conduct that will and will not subject an individual to liability for corporate acts.
On October 29, Tarter Krinsky & Drogin will host the New York Women’s Bar Association (NYWBA) panel, “The Sexist Inside You: How We All Internalize Gender Bias.” The panel will explore recognizing inherent biases, how these biases may appear, how they affect the legal practice and actions that can be taken.
Stefanie Marrone, Tarter Krinsky & Drogin’s Director of Business Development and Marketing will be a featured speaker at the 2019 Legal Marketing Association's Tech West Conference, which will be held on October 22 in San Francisco. Stefanie will present, "The Secret Sauce to Social Media Success,” exploring the key elements that every firm needs to achieve success in their social media efforts, with a focus on takeaways that marketers from all levels and firm sizes can easily implement at their firms. She will provide attendees with actionable tips, strategies and tactics on how to market themselves and their firms online without breaking the bank or sacrificing quality to have a real impact on enhancing their brands and leads.
On October 22, Labor & Employment chair Laurent Drogin and partner David Kleinmann will once again co-present a breakfast CLE program for the Association of Corporate Counsel (ACC) in New York City. This program titled, "2020 Foresight: Labor & Employment Law in the New Decade," will identify and discuss emerging trends and topical issues in labor and employment law that can and should be anticipated in the upcoming decade.
On October 17, Tarter Krinsky & Drogin will co-sponsor a Celebrating Women Leadership in Consumer Products event highlighting the contributions of women to the consumer products industry, with Anchin, Block & Anchin LLP. The breakfast discussion will feature hot topics and first-hand stories from women who have made their mark in the industry.
On October 11, Intellectual Property counsel Janet Linn will present a CLE program to the judicial law clerks of the Southern District of New York. Janet, along with two other attorneys in the New York Bar Association’s Patents Committee, will provide an overview on patent litigation fundamentals. Janet will discuss the patent right, substantive patent law, types of patents, parts of a patent and patent claims, and provide in-depth case studies.
On October 10, Construction partner Laurie Stanziale will speak at the New York City Special Riggers Association (NYCSRA) annual technical event. Laurie will speak about “Adjacent Building Access” at the dinner event, which will bring together more than 125 industry professionals and key leaders from the New York City Department of Buildings. Past topics have included the Construction Safety Act, worker/supervisor training, scaffold requirements and new safety measures and requirements.
On October 2, David Kleinmann, Restrictive Covenant co-chair and Labor & Employment partner and Rich Schoenstein, Securities & Financial Services Litigation co-chair and Litigation partner will present a Strafford CLE webinar on, “Recovering Damages for Breach of Covenants Not to Compete or Solicit, Confidentiality and Fiduciary Duty.” This CLE webinar will guide employment counsel for proving damages after a current or former employee breaches a covenant not to compete with the employer, solicits the employer's employees or customers or discloses the employer's trade secrets or other confidential information.
On September 26, Labor and Employment partner and Employment Practices Liability Insurance chair Rich Steer will speak on a panel at New York Staffing Association’s 2019 Law Day. During the panel, “Is Your Staffing Company Compliance Keeping You Up at Night?,” Rich will discuss what your employee files should contain and how long you should keep them, tracking hours of non-exempt employees, joint employer issues and preventing exposures.
On September 25, Stefanie Marrone, Tarter Krinsky & Drogin’s Director of Business Development and Marketing, will speak at the 2019 Ark Group Competitive Intelligence in the Modern Law Firm Conference. Stefanie will discuss how to identify your real peers and competitors, how to evaluate your presence among your target market against your competitors and how to differentiate your firm among the competition now that you have this valuable data.
On September 18, Construction partner Laurie Stanziale will present, “Finding Your Network,” at the Women in Construction USA Conference, which is designed to connect, educate, inspire and highlight female leaders in the construction industry in San Francisco. As the number of women in construction remains far less than male counterparts, Laurie will explore the strategic ways of setting up a peer support group within the profession including how to identify and build a tribe, learning the value of members and helping to connect tribe members together. She will also discuss understanding the long-term benefits of having a tribe and finding a balance between social support and professional development.
On September 13, Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring co-chair Alex Spizz will speak on law firm mergers during a panel at Legal Association Worldwide’s (LAW) Annual General Meeting in Munich, Germany.
On September 11-13, Construction partner Chip Pierce will be honored as a fellow of the Construction Lawyers Society of America (CLSA) at the upcoming 2019 CLSA International Conference & Induction of Fellows in Colorado Springs.
On September 11-14, Managing partner Alan Tarter and Bankruptcy and Corporate Restructuring co-chair Alex Spizz will attend the Lawyers Associated Worldwide (LAW) Annual General Meeting in Munich, Germany as delegates of Tarter Krinsky & Drogin.
On August 13, Director of Business Development and Marketing Stefanie Marrone will be a featured speaker at a Legal Marketing Association Marketing Technology Shared Interest Group program in New York City on "Helping Your Lawyers Link in to LinkedIn."
On August 8-10, Securities and Financial Services Litigation co-chair Rich Schoenstein and Litigation partner Richard Williamson will teach several courses at the National Institute for Trial Advocacy’s 2019 Northeast Regional Basic Trial Skills program at Hofstra University School of Law. During the interactive courses, Rich and Richard will cover various topics, including trial advocacy and opening and closing statements. In addition, Rich and Richard will serve as mock judges so participants can experience trying a case from start to finish.