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Ullman Expresses Suspicion of FDA Warning Letters
May 10, 2022 | Compliance Investigations & White Collar

Marc Ullman, quoted in the NutraIngredients-USA article, “FDA cites 10 firms for use of ingredients flagged as illegal,” expressed his suspicion of the recent warning letters that the FDA sent to 10 dietary supplement companies using ingredients that have been added to its Ingredients Advisory List.

The FDA has marked some of these potentially harmful

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Rivkin Radler Welcomes 3 New Attorneys
May 9, 2022 | Trusts & Estates | Insurance Fraud

Evan H. Krinick, Managing Partner of Rivkin Radler LLP, is pleased to announce that Jill Citron, David Santana and Victoria Zorovich have joined the firm.

Jill Citron, of Jericho, NY, has joined the firm as Counsel in the firm’s Personal, Family & Business Planning Practice Group, resident in the Uniondale office. Citron concentrates her practice

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Rivkin Radler Welcomes 3 New Attorneys
May 2, 2022 | Real Estate, Zoning & Land Use

Evan H. Krinick, Managing Partner of Rivkin Radler LLP, is pleased to announce that Joshua Zukofsky, Amanda Hegyes and Jeremy Poland have joined the firm.

Joshua Zukofsky, of, Demarest, NJ, has joined the firm as Counsel in the firm’s Real Estate, Zoning & Land Use Practice Group, resident in the Hackensack office. Zukofsky represents major

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Recent Publications


Federal Civil Law Remains Unclear Regarding Where an Action May Be Brought
May 9, 2022 | Benjamin J. Wisher | Commercial Litigation

One would think that the current state of federal law would be clear as to where a plaintiff may commence, and thereafter maintain, his/her action. However, that is not the case; particularly within the Second Circuit, and this ambiguity can create a host of unintended problems, including being forced to litigate an action thousands of

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Hillman and La Ferlita Article Published in NYSBA Journal
May 6, 2022 | Trusts & Estates

Jennifer Hillman’s and Joseph La Ferlita’s article, “SSHHH! Should Trustees Speak Up About Quiet Trusts?” was published in the New York State Bar Association Trusts and Estates Law Section Journal.

Although some may question whether financial modesty is a virtue, there is no requirement that parents disclose their net worth to their children. However, the

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Have You Addressed Your Crypto Assets in Your Estate Plan?
May 6, 2022 | Patricia C. Marcin | Trusts & Estates

Crypto assets (such as non-fungible tokens, or NFTS) and cryptocurrencies (such as bitcoin) are types of digital assets, which are typically transmitted by means of blockchain technology. (I know, this makes my brain hurt, too!) Crypto assets are growing in popularity as an investment class, and you may already own some or may be thinking

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