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I was admitted to practice law in the Courts of the State of New York in 1999. In 2000 I was admitted to practice in the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York. After working as an associate for local law firms, in 2005 I opened my own practice. The focus of my practice is matrimonial, family law, and mediation. Life is short, mediate your divorce, if...
David has dedicated his career to helping good people get through bad situations and regain control of their future when charged with a crime....
Marc practices primarily in the areas of Plaintiff’s personal injury and wrongful death cases, complex commercial real estate litigation, title insurance disputes, foreclosure defense,...
David’s business practice focuses on full life-cycle representation for emerging and established...
Attorney Shapiro has represented hundreds of federal employees across the country, from letter carriers to border patrol agents, in claims before Office of Worker Compensation Program of the United States Department of Labor (OWCP), the Branch of Hearings and Review and the Employees Compensation Appeals Board in Washington, D.C.
Dan is a frequent lecturer on the Federal Employees Compensation Act (FECA) and practices before OWCP. He has addressed many local branches of federal employee unions and their individual members on their workers’ compensation rights, and has been a guest speaker at many conventions and seminars. He is a former officer of...
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