Steve Eisman discussed why a digital privacy law is placed in a prenuptial and/or postnuptial agreement in The Daily Beast. Eisman said the number of clients requesting them, and the number he has advised to seek them, has increased in recent years. “We live in a digital age where we rely on our computers to do just about everything. From our taxes to banking information, it’s all done on our computers and online.”
Sharon Stiller recently appeared on Fox Rochester to discuss health problems and your job. She discussed the legal aspects to consider when you approach the situation with your employer. To watch the clip, click HERE.
Touro Law opened a new Institute on Aging and Longevity Law in July 2013. Bob Abrams serves as the Chair of the Advisory Committee.
His expertise and engagement in the field of elder law and concern for the rights of senior citizens inspired the creation of this Institute. In conjunction with the Institute, Bob is developing a multi-year certificate program for lawyers in the field of aging and longevity law.
Read Neil Kaufman’s Newsday article about how small and midsized Long Island companies can still raise money from venture capitalists. http://nwsdy.li/1jrmqkd
Complying with the many federal, state and local laws that regulate our everyday employment decisions is challenging. It is important to understand labor and employment laws, including employment at will, pre-employment questions, hiring practices, record keeping, complying with wage and hours laws and staying away from discrimination claims.
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NYC employers with five or more employees will be required to provide up to five days of paid sick time per calendar year, as will those employing domestics, regardless of the number of domestics employed.
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