Rivkin Radler’s Ben Malerba Among 40 Rising Stars Under 40January 27, 2011 | |
UNIONDALE, NEW YORK – Benjamin Malerba, of S. Bellmore, a Partner with Rivkin Radler LLP, has been named to Long Island Business News’ 40 Rising Stars Under 40 Class of 2011. He is among Long Island’s top 40 individuals in business who are not only hard-working, talented and dedicated young professionals, but who also have made significant contributions to charitable endeavors. “We are delighted to see our partner, Ben, being recognized for his outstanding work on behalf of the firm and its clients,” said William M. Savino, the firm’s Managing Partner.
Ben counsels a cross-section of healthcare providers and facilities in connection with a broad array of issues, including general business transactions, state licensing issues, regulatory compliance, disputes with managed care companies, federal and state anti-kickback statutes, self-referral statutes, and federal privacy laws. He regularly represents facilities before the New York Department of Health and the New York State Public Health Council. In addition, he handles a wide variety of general corporate and commercial matters, including partnership, shareholder, limited liability company and employment transactions and agreements. Ben also has experience in numerous other areas including: insurance coverage matters, age and gender discrimination, employment law, municipal liability, civil rights matters, and general liability. He frequently lectures on various healthcare issues before hospitals, medical groups, and state professional associations.
Ben is a participant in the Volunteer Lawyers’ Project, where he represents tenants in landlord/tenant proceedings. He also mentors children in a program co-sponsored by the firm, the Mentoring Partnership of Long Island, and Summit Lane Elementary School in Levittown, New York.
Ben was inducted into the 40 Under 40 Class of 2011 at an awards dinner on January 27, 2011, at the Crest Hollow Country Club. He joins Rivkin Radler 40 Under 40 alumni: Laurie Bloom, Celeste Butera, Cheryl Korman, Michael Kotula, Evan Krinick, Anne Murray, Michael Sirignano, David Wilck, and Harris Zakarin.