Ethics CLEs

Digital Evidence in Matrimonial Cases – Deconstructing Electronically Stored Information

Tuesday, January 6, 2015
5:30-6PM: Networking & Refreshments
6-8PM: CLE
2 MCLE Credits (.5 Ethics & 1.5 Skills)
The volume of digital evidence potentially available in matrimonial (and other) cases dwarfs all evidence in all other forms. Recent ethical opinions state that a practitioner must be competent to deal with electronic evidence issues and the Uniform Rules for NY Trial Courts mandate consideration for Discovery of Electronically Stored Information (“ESI”) at the time of Preliminary Conference.
Presented By:
Nicholas G. Himonidis, J.D., CFE, CCFS
Sponsored by:
BBA’s Family Law Section – RoseAnn C. Branda, Esq., Chair
To Download the Flyer and Registration Form, click this link: Digital Evidence in Matrimonial Cases Flyer-Form 1.6.15

For more information, contact 718-624-0675, ext. 206 or email

OCA Approved Article 81 Guardianship Training
7 MCLE Credits (Prof. Practice, Skills, Ethics)
Originally Presented on: Wednesday, May 21, 2014~ 9:00am-5:00pm
123 Remsen Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
A panel of experienced attorneys and Office of Court Administration staff will provide certification training required for guardian appointment in New York State. This course is approved for both attorneys and non-attorneys.
Presented by:
•Anthony J. Lamberti, Esq.
•Helen Galette, Esq.
•Fern Finkel, Esq.
•Peggy Barbanel, Esq.
•James Cahill, Esq.
•Liz Candreva, Esq.-OCA Part 36 Staff Attorney
•Louise Albenda, Esq.
Sponsored by:
•    Brooklyn Bar Association’s Elder Law Commitee, Anthony J. Lamberti, Esq.-Chair
•    Investors Bank

Registration Fee includes CLE credits and a CD of the materials. If you would like a printed copy of the materials, the Brooklyn Bar Association can provide at cost for $30.


“[Eth]ex & The City: Legal Ethics v. The City’s Morality”
Why Doing The “Right” Thing Can Still Cost Your License To Practice Law

Original CLE Date: November 14, 2011

Credits: 2 MCLE Credits (Ethics)

Presentation by: Pery D. Krinsky, Esq., Krinsky PLLC

Sponsored by:
The BBA’s Young Lawyers Section – Jimmy Lathrop, Chair
The BBA’s Technology Committee – Andrea Bonina, Chair
The BBA Volunteer Lawyers Project, Jeannie Costello – Executive Director

Lawyers who face disciplinary and court inquiries into their conduct typically get in “trouble” not because they make the “wrong” ethical decisions, but, rather, because they do not see the issues in making their decisions and believe that simply doing the right “moral” thing is always “ethical.” Using real world examples and interactive hypotheticals, this ethics program will explore practical ethical issues relating to and including:
• “Ethics v. Morality” – when is doing the “right” thing “ethically wrong”;
• Client rights v. lawyer self-preservation;
• Keeping your legal fees v. getting sued and having to return your legal fees;
• Revenue generating law firm technology v. computer malpractice; and
• Ingenious attorney advertising v. really bad press.

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Phone: 718-624-0675 ext. 206

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Original CLE Date: September 21, 2011

Credits: 2 Credits (.5 Ethics, 1.5 Practice Management)

Presentations by:
Richard A. Klass, Your Court Street Lawyer
Andrea Bonina, Bonina & Bonina, PC
Pery D. Krinsky, Krinsky PLLC
Daniel R. Antonelli, Antonelli & Antonelli
Rachel S. Blumenfeld, The Law Office of Rachel S. Blumenfeld

Sponsored by:
The BBA Mentoring Committee, Richard A. Klass – Chair
The BBA Pro Bono Committee, Jeannie Costello and John Michael Buhta – Co-Chairs
The BBA Young Lawyers Section, Jimmy Lathrop – Chair
The BBA Volunteer Lawyers Project, Jeannie Costello – Executive Director

This CLE will cover the following topics: Keeping Your Firm’s Finances; Marketing and Advertising Your Firm; Networking and Social Media Marketing; How Pro Bono Activities Can Help Build Your Firm; and Ethical Considerations in Starting Your Firm, including advertising rules, escrow accounts and retainer agreements.

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Phone: 718-624-0675 ext. 206

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Original CLE Date: March 30, 2011
Credits: 2 Credits Ethics

Presentations by:
Marc Aronson, Esq., Marc Aronson Law Offices
Doron Leiby, Esq., Jeffrey Miller & Associates, P.C.
Domenick Napoletano, Esq., Napoletano Law
Barbara Odwak, Esq., Barbara S. Odwak Law Offices
Alvin Rabinowitz
Aimee Richter, Esq., Bender Rosenthal Isaacs & Richter LLP

Sponsored by:
The BBA Volunteer Lawyers Project, Jeannie Costello – Executive Director
The BBA’s Part 137 Attorney Fee Arbitration Committee – Domenick Napoletano, Esq., Chair
The BBA’s Mediation-Grievance Matters Committee – Barbara Odwak, Esq., Chair

The course will provide an overview of the rules governing Part 137 fee dispute hearings. The presenters will also demonstrate a typical mock hearing so that attendees can get a real feel for the process.

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Phone: 718-624-0675 ext. 209

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Original CLE Date: March 2, 2011
Credits: 3 Ethics Credits

Presentations by:
Michael S. Ross – Law Offices of Michael S. Ross
Clifford Robert – Robert and Robert, PLLC

Co-Sponsored by: The NYS Academy of Trial Lawyers

This program will feature an interactive exchange between two ethics experts and the audience which will explore recent developments in the field of attorney ethics. The speakers will also address emerging ethical trends that may impact on the practicing bar in the future.

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Phone: 718-624-0675 ext. 209

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Credits: 2 MCLE Credits (Ethics)
Speakers: Steven C. Krane, Esq., Proskauer Rose LLP

Steven C. Krane, Esq., Proskauer Rose LLP, presents this seminar on the differences between the Rules of Professional Conduct (which go into effect on April 1, 2009) and the New York Code of Professional Responsibility. Presented 3/10/09

Price: $50.00

Credits: 2 MCLE Credits

Prof. Anthony Sebok reviews: legal ethics and client counseling in the area of legal finance; current New York law concerning the legality of non-recourse funding under Judiciary Law 489; the New York rules of professional conduct; the history of champerty and maintenance in English and American common law; and the policy reasons that have led the New York courts and legislature to permit non-recourse funding of litigation.

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Credits: 2 MCLE Credits

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Credits: 6 MCLE credits (3.5 Practice, 1.5 Skills, 1 Ethics)

OCA Approved Article 81 training for certified guardian, court evaluator, ans attorney for alleged incapacitated persons.

In-quantity discount = 3 DVDs or CDs


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