Rivkin Radler Elects Five New PartnersDecember 22, 2015 | | | |
Evan H. Krinick, Managing Partner of Rivkin Radler LLP, is pleased to announce that Michael Cannata, Nancy Del Pizzo, Jeremy Honig, Michael McIsaac and Amy Wiedmann have been elected Partners.
“These attorneys are exceptionally talented and we are proud to call them our partners. In addition to their impressive legal accomplishments, they are active members of the legal community, and in all their activities, they exemplify Rivkin Radler’s commitment to professional excellence,” said Evan Krinick.
Michael Cannata is a member of the Intellectual Property Practice Group. Michael is trial lawyer with extensive experience litigating complex intellectual property, commercial, and other business disputes in state and federal courts across the country. He represents a wide range of clients, including product manufacturers and suppliers, animation companies, websites, artists, jewelers, restaurants, and entrepreneurs, as well as medical practice groups, construction contractors, insurance carriers, and municipalities.
Nancy Del Pizzo is a member of the Intellectual Property and Appeals Practice Groups. Nancy helps solve commercial disputes, with an emphasis on intellectual property matters such as trademark, trade dress, copyright and patent infringement, domain name disputes, source codes, misappropriation of trade secrets and unfair competition, defamation, libel and trade libel. She also drafts intellectual property-related agreements and drafts and files copyright registrations.
Jeremy Honig is a member of the Appeals, Construction and Real Estate, Zoning & Land Use Pratice Groups. He concentrates his practice in real estate, construction, and landlord-tenant litigation. Jeremy has substantial experience in complex commercial litigation. He has tried several cases to verdict as both lead counsel and co-counsel and successfully has argued appeals in New York in the First and Second Departments of the Appellate Division.
Michael McIsaac is a member of the Corporate and Health Services Practice Groups. He represents large physician groups’ practices, hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers and healthcare providers in a broad range of transactional and regulatory matters. Michael counsels health care clients on mergers and acquisitions, asset sales, employment agreements, equipment leases, commercial contracts and finance transactions. He works with large physician group practices on organizational and corporate governance matters, preparing shareholder and limited liability company agreements, and helping clients remain compliant with applicable business laws and their underlying governing documents.
Amy Wiedmann, of Baldwin, is a member of Appeals Practice Group. Amy focuses her practice in investigating and litigating insurance fraud involving healthcare and property claims in no-fault, bodily injury, uninsured motorist and subrogation matters. As a member of the Firm’s Litigation & Appeals Practice Group, Amy regularly represents national and regional insurers in fighting fraud in the healthcare and automobile industries in actions to recover payments to physicians, medical clinics, attorneys, public adjusters, and others as part of complex, large-scale insurance fraud and kickback schemes in federal and state litigation, arbitration and mediation.