Senior Partner Carolyn Reinach Wolf discusses the Washington Navy Yard shooting on PIX11 Morning News.
Abrams Fensterman welcomes Anthony Genovesi to the firm.
Mr. Genovesi has defended corporations and individuals in complex legal actions. He has been successful in wining many trials for plaintiffs and defense clients.
Howard Fensterman has stated, “Anthony will certainly be an integral part of the collaborative culture that is such an important part of our firm’s offering
Read the full article by attorney Jordan Fensterman. Published in Physician’s Money Digest. http://bit.ly/1fgfR2e
Howard Fensterman welcomes Maya Petrocelli to the firm.
Maya Petrocelli has joined as an Associate in the Civil Litigation Department. Her practice area is insurance defense and personal injury cases and she represents clients involved in construction, labor law and automobile accidents.
Ms. Petrocelli received her J. D. from Suffolk University Law School in 2009, and was an member of the National Trial Team.
There was a fundraiser for Chabad of Port Washington, organized and run by Jordan Fensterman, son of Howard Fensterman, who is a member of the Port Washington Chabad Board of Trustees. The fundraiser included a market of donated goods from hundreds of people, which led to a successful collection of proceeds that will be used towards Chabad’s charitable causes. It was a beautiful day for this event and surely was a help towards its success.
"There’s been a lot of talk, but no action and no money" says Carolyn Reinach Wolf. Ms. Wolff has represented families in mental illness cases in hospitals, insurance companies and the courts. Read the entire article here..
Howard Fensterman managed the softball game at this year’s company picnic at Eisenhower Park, which was a huge success!
Howard Fensterman participated in the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America charity golf tournament to benefit research for cures for the disease. Attorney Jordan Fensterman and associates Michael and Jeff Getzel also participated in the tournament to benefit the cause.
Mr. Fensterman is a strong contributor to CCFA and will continue to support CCFA in ongoing future events.
A new article was just posted in Long Island Business News about Howard Fensterman’s character in DeMille’s novel The Panther. View the link in the title.