Rivkin Radler Welcomes New Attorneys

November 10, 2015 | Appeals | Intellectual Property

Evan H. Krinick, Managing Partner of Rivkin Radler LLP, has announced that Gene Kang and James Scozzari have joined the firm as Associates.

“We are excited to have Gene and Jim on board.  Their experience and commitment to professional excellence will make them an asset to the firm and its clients and we look forward to working with them,” said Evan Krinick.

Gene Kang, of New York, NY represents pharmaceutical and other corporate clients in complex commercial litigations and intellectual property matters such as restrictive covenants, unfair competition, trade secrets, copyright, trademark, and patent cases.

An Associate in Rivkin Radler’s Intellectual Property, Litigation & Appeals and White Collar, Investigations and Compliance Advisory Practice Groups, Gene also prosecutes and defends complex civil lawsuits under the federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations (RICO) Act, including affirmative actions to recover insurer claim payments to physicians, medical clinics, attorneys, public adjusters, and others involved in complex, large scale insurance fraud schemes.

After graduating from New York University, with a B.A. cum laude, Gene attended Fordham University School of Law, where he received his Juris Doctor.

James Scozzari, of Albertson, NY, is an experienced civil litigator and focuses his practice on insurance defense with an emphasis on defending insurers against fraudulent claims by medical providers.

As an Associate in Rivkin Radler’s Litigation and Appeals Practice Group, Jim has successfully defended insurance carriers in litigation and arbitrations involving such issues as staged losses and other policy violations, lack of medical necessity and fraudulent billing in excess of the appropriate fee schedule

After graduating from St. John’s University, magna cum laude, Jim attended St. John’s School of Law, where he received his Juris Doctor.

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