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Whats Inside:

  • Rebecca Rose Woodland inducted as BBA President
  • The Docket
  • New Members
  • Legal Briefs
  • Respectfully Submitted
  • The State of the Estates
  • NYS Commercial Landlord-Tenant Law & Procedure Part III
  • Induction Photos
  • Elder Law Update

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NY Mets vs. Miami Marlins &  CLE

Covering the Bases: Immigration Law and Other Legal Issues Related to Representing Foreign Athletes
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
5:30-10:00pm
1 Professional Practice Credit
5:30-6:30pm: CLE (Citi Field Auditorium)
6:30-7pm: Networking Opportunity
7:00-10:00pm Mets Game
BBA Member $100
Non-Member $125
Price includes the following:
•CLE
•Ticket for seat in Sections 115-120
•Food and soft drinks in Hyundai Club
•Fun with your colleagues!
Sponsored by:
•BBA’s Entertainment, Art, and Sports Law Committee-Sanaa Z. Harris, Esq., Chair
•Westlaw
•Brooklyn Bar Association Lawyer Referral Service- Roseann Hiebert, Director
To REGISTER for this Event, Download the Flyer and Form Here!
Limited to 100 seats on a first come, first served basis.
This program is appropriate for attorneys and newly admitted attorneys.


Date Added: July 22, 2014

Job Description: Looking for a new associate to manage a boutique Probate and Administration/Estate Planning Law Firm on Court Street.  1-2 years of experience in these areas required.  Send  resume and cover to email address below. Starting salary is between 40-50k, doe. Laptop and Notary license will be required.

Contact Information: markfriedmanlaw@aol.com

 


 


 

 

Whats Inside:

  • Business Development for Small Law Firms
  • Supreme Court’s Ruling on Voiding DoMA and its impact on Practitioners
  • The Docket
  • New Members
  • Legal Briefs
  • Respectfully Submitted
  • The State of the Estates
  • New York State Commercial Landlord/Tenant Law and procedure: A primer Part 2
  • “The New Kids on the Block”
  • Medical Malpractice Update

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Whats inside:

  • No Fault, No Foul Litigating
    First-Party-Benefit-Cases
  • The Docket
  • New Members
  • Legal Briefs
  • Respectfully Submitted
  • Committees/Sections 2013-2014
  • Take Me Out to the Ball Game
  • Introduction to the courts of Madagascar

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Land Use and Zoning In NYC: The Basics*

2 Professional Practice Credits
Originally Presented On: October 9, 2013

This Real Property course will introduce attorneys to the fundamental building blocks of zoning and delve into the details of zoning calculations, CEQR requirements, development rights transfers. The speakers will also discuss the various city agencies associated with land use, including the Departments of City Planning and Buildings, the NYC Board of Standards and Appeals,and the NYC Landmarks Commission.

*Indicates a course offering basic training for skills and practice.

Presented by:
Mark Caruso, Esq., Caruso, Caruso & Branda, P.C.
Chris Wright, Esq., Simons & Wright LLC

Sponsored By:
BBA’s Real Property Law Committee- Mark Caruso, Esq., Chair

To Order the CD Online:

+$30.00
$50.00

For More Information, Contact Meredith Symonds, Esq.:

msymonds@brooklynbar.org; 718-624-0675, ext. 206

Drafting For the Pros:
Structuring and Negotiating Sports Industry Commercial Contracts
Originally Presented on Thursday, May 9, 2013 ~ 6:00-8:00 pm
2 MCLE Credits (Professional Practice)
Panelists:
•Jeff B. Gewirtz, Esq., Executive Vice President of Business Affairs & Chief Legal Officer, Brooklyn Nets and  Barclays Center
•Robert A. Boland, Esq., Academic Chair & Professor of Sports Business and Law at NYU’s Tisch Center

Sponsored by:
Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law Committee-Sanaa Z. Harris, Esq., Chair

Course Description:
Learn how to best counsel and protect your client by understanding key clauses used to draft various sports-related contracts and by avoiding the pitfalls that can occur during these complicated negotiations. The panel will focus on sponsorship, media rights, athlete endorsement transactions and other commercial contracts that produce revenue and shape today’s sports industry.

For more information, please contact Meredith Symonds at
msymonds@brooklynbar.org, or 718-624-0675, ext. 206

To Order Online:

+$30.00
$50.00
+$30.00
$50.00

Nuts and Bolts of Taking a Deposition*-PreRecorded CLE
Originally Presented on Thursday, April 4th-6:00-8:00pm
123 Remsen Street
2 MCLE Credits (Skills)

Moderated by:
Richard Klass, Esq., Your Court Street Lawyer
Presented by:
• John Bonina, Esq., Partner of Bonina & Bonina, P.C.
• Lara Genovesi, Esq., Principal Law Clerk to Hon. Jeffrey S. Sunshine, Kings County Supreme Court
• Aimee Richter, Esq., Partner of Bender Rosenthal Isaacs & Richter LLP
Sponsored by:
• BBA’s Mentorship Committee
• Investors Bank
• Diamond Reporting and Legal Video

Course Description: Come learn how to prepare for conducting a deposition, one of the most important fact-finding missions in a case.  Learn the rules and laws that apply to deposition objections and how to preserve the record.  Presentations will come from practitioners in fields of personal injury/medical malpractice and matrimonial issues as well as from the judicial perspective.
This program is appropriate for attorneys and newly admitted attorneys.
The Brooklyn Bar maintains a financial hardship policy.

*Indicates a course offering basic training for skills and practice.

To Order the CD Online:

+$30.00
$50.00

For more information, contact Meredith Symonds:
msymonds@brooklynbar.org, or 718-624-0675, ext. 206

 

The Media & The Attorney: Handling a High Profile Criminal Case

Originally Presented on  June 26, 2012 – 6:00-8:00pm

2 MCLE Credits (Professional Practice)

Presentations by:
Hon. Allan Marrus, Justice of the Supreme Court Kings County
Benjamin Brafman, Esq.
Sarah Wallace, veteran ABC television news reporter
George Farkas, Esq.
Michael Farkas, Esq.

Sponsored by:
The BBA’s Criminal Law Section, George Farkas – Chair
The BBA Volunteer Lawyers Project, Jeannie Costello – Executive Director

This course will cover the following topics:
What to do and say when a reporter shoves a microphone in your face. More importantly, what NOT to do and say. Handling, holding a press conference. Ethical considerations. Using the media to your advantage.

To Order Online