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December 20, 2022 | | | | | | |
Rivkin Radler is delighted to announce that it has elevated eight attorneys to partners, effective January 1.
The new partners are Jennifer Abreu, Christina M. Bezas, Kaitlyn E. Flynn, Daniel E. Furshpan, Bernadette Kasnicki, Marie A. Landsman, Siobhain P. Minarovich and Avi Sinensky.
“These eight attorneys embody the best attributes of Rivkin Radler – astuteRead More
June 2, 2021 | |
Rivkin Radler’s managing partner, Evan Krinick, was recognized on the Long Island Press’ Power List for 2021. The list celebrates the region’s most influential movers and shakers. He was highlighted in the Powerlist Partners section, which includes a brief profile of his career.
Krinick was also featured in the publication’s article, “Law Leader,” where heRead More
March 10, 2021 |
In a large fire loss subrogation action, John Robertelli obtained a dismissal for our client, a private equity investment group, who was alleged to be the owner of a property where a fire started and spread to a neighboring property, causing extensive damage.
Our client purchased the property in a foreclosure proceeding, didn’t take possessionRead More
March 9, 2021 |
Marc Ullman will be a speaker at the Dietary Supplement Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) Compliance Virtual Seminar.
The event will be held on May 3, 5, 10 & 12, 2021.
In these unprecedented times, the dietary supplement industry is playing an essential role for the U.S. consumer. Never before have more questions been raised regardingRead More
January 13, 2021 |
Marc Ullman will be a panelist at the Dietary Supplement Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) Compliance Virtual Seminar.
The seminar will be held on February 2, 4, 9 and 11 from 11:00am to 4:00pm.
In these unprecedented times, the dietary supplement industry is playing an essential role for the U.S. consumer. Never before have more questionsRead More
November 23, 2020 |
David Richman was quoted in the Healthcare Risk Management article, “What to Do When Malpractice Allegations Become Defamation.” The article discusses the different types of defamation and what can be done about each.
Proving defamation can be difficult since court statements are hard to challenge. There are many forms of defamation, but they can beRead More
November 19, 2020 |
Eric Strober successfully represented the owner of a co-op who had sublet her apartment to the plaintiff, a physician who lived in the apartment for several years before moving out and claiming many physical injuries as a result of mold exposure. The co-op owner was not insured for this type of claim.
Strober moved for summaryRead More
November 16, 2020 |
On December 2, 2020, Matthew Lampert, along with the Chair of the NCBA’s Plaintiff’s Personal Injury Committee, will be jointly presenting a CLE Program entitled “Why Civility in the Practice of Law Matters.” It will be held over Zoom from 5:30 to 7:30 P.M. This will be a free CLE program. The format for theRead More
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