Carolyn Wolf”s article on Seth Rogen’s discussion about Alzheimer’s disease and mental health was published in the The Huffington Post, entitled “What We Could All Learn From Seth Rogen: A Discussion on Mental Health.”
If focuses on the fact that there is urgent need for outpatient and psychiatric case management programs, as well as affordable services for patients who need these programs.
Howard Fensterman’s is quoted in Newsday’s article “Long Island law firms benefit from city counterparts”.
Neil Kaufman wrote an article on the Long Island Capital Alliance (LICA), a not-for-profit organization, which assists local companies in raising growth capital. The firm is a sponsor of LICA. Mr. Kaufman is Chairman of the organization, which holds four capital forums a year in Melville. http://bit.ly/1eSUN6J
February 11, 2014
Financial Executives Roundtable
Melville, NY 11747
Neil M. Kaufman
Explore with the panelists the nuts and bolts of Medicaid managed long term care. Through interactive discussion, the panelists will give insights and suggestions in dealing with issues ranging from covered services, mandatory enrollments, legislative intent, and appealing managed long term care decisions.
Nassau County Bar Association
Moriah Adamo, Esq.
3 credits in area of professional practice
We are pleased to announce that our firm name has changed to Abrams, Fensterman, Fensterman, Eisman, Formato, Ferrara & Wolf, LLP
The collective expertise and experience within today’s mid-size law firms and the resulting insights that evolve among the firm’s senior members, represents a firm’s true brand-value; the DNA of the firm that immediately resonates with clients who are, more than ever, demanding high quality service across a broader array of competencies and efficiency in meeting their complex legal challenges.
Steven Eisman has been selected for the inclusion in 2013 New York Super Lawyer’s list by Thomson Reuters, the world’s leading source of intelligent information for business and professionals. Eisman is an executive partner and oversees Divorce and Family Law, Civil Litigation and Appeals practices at the firm.
America’s inadequate mental health care was thrust into the spotlight again last week, following the stabbing of Virginia State Sen. Creigh Deeds by his mentally ill son. More: http://yhoo.it/1g3ceBZ