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Long Island businesses, universities, research centers and health care institutions are thriving innovators. We are proud to be the largest full-service law firm with a significant presence on Long Island, working side-by-side with them as their ideas and companies grow.

We provide the practice diversity and deep bench on Long Island to address a full range of business legal needs, from formation, financing and intellectual property services needed by life sciences and other technology-driven businesses, to dispute resolution, real estate and workforce issues. Depth also brings differentiating experience such as top trial attorneys who handle complex litigation and class actions; a nationally recognized health services team serving the world’s most prestigious hospitals and medical centers; an M&A team capable of handling complex, strategic and private equity transactions on either side of the deal; and industry leaders tracking the unique needs of higher education institutions and nonprofits.

Media Clips

  • Bosses—Personal cellphone use is a productivity killer
    Newsday | August 8, 2016
    Long Island Labor & Employment partner Chris Gegwich provides commentary in this article that discusses the type of policies employers should use as guidelines for personal mobile phone use in the workplace.
  • Beware of Tougher Breach Standards for Mental Health-Related PHI
    Health Information Compliance Alert | June 1, 2016
    Long Island health care associate Kristen Marotta is quoted in this piece on increasing tough standards related to sensitive health information.
  • The Risk of Data Misuse by Health Care Co. Employees
    Law360 | May 25, 2016
    Government Investigations & White Collar Defense partner Tina Sciocchetti, health care partner Laurie Cohen and commercial litigation associate Michal Ovadia co-authored this column discussing the risks companies that collect or maintain sensitive personal information face when a rogue employee compromises data security.
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  • Evening The Score: A New Wave Of Equal Pay Act Claims
    Law360 | May 3, 2016
    Partner and Labor & Employment practice group co-leader Stacie Collier and Labor & Employment associate Steven Nevolis authored this column discussing claims by the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team alleging that members of the Women’s Team are unlawfully compensated at a much lower rate than their male counterparts, members of the U.S. Men’s National Soccer Team. The article looks at the case itself, the increasing attention that the gender pay gap is receiving and what it means for employers.
  • GINA offers EEOC 'another arrow in the quiver' to protect employees against discrimination, attorney says
    Pennsylvania Record | April 19, 2016
    Labor & Employment partner Chris Gegwich provides commentary in this article on the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act.
  • Defining the Sale-Leaseback: Is it Right for You?
    The Ambulatory M&A Advisor | April 1, 2016
    Long Island health care partner Rebecca Simone is quoted in this article that reviews the benefits, risks and process of a sale-leaseback in a health care transaction, and what it can hold for those participating in one.
  • Gender Identity Discrimination: What New York Employers Should Know
    Bloomberg BNA Labor & Employment Blog | March 24, 2016
    Long Island Labor & Employment partner Chris Gegwich and associate Tony Dulgerian are featured in this piece discussing new regulations from the New York State Division of Human Rights regarding gender identity employment discrimination.
  • New York City Employers Should Think Twice Before Reviewing a Current or Potential Employee's Credit History
    ABA Labor & Employment Law Flash | March 16, 2016
    Long Island Labor & Employment associate Tony Dulgerian authored this column about the expanded rights of New York City employees.
  • EEOC raises the stakes with retaliation rule update
    Business Insurance | March 13, 2016
    Long Island Labor & Employment group partner Chris Gegwich provides third-party commentary in this feature story that discusses the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's proposed update of its guidance on workplace retaliation and the potential impact.
  • Northwell Ventures turns employee ideas into products
    Newsday | March 12, 2016
    Partner and leader of the health care practice Michele Masucci is quoted in this article discussing health care systems’ efforts to grow revenue by tapping employee innovation. Michele provides third-party commentary on the positive impact that venture capital financing can have for health care systems offering them an ownership stake in these new technologies.
  • ‘Ban the Box' Laws in New York—Is Your Company Compliant?
    SHRM HR Daily | February 10, 2016
    Labor & Employment attorneys Chris Gegwich and Alex Gallin authored this column discussing New York’s three largest cities' legislation prohibiting employers from asking applicants about their past criminal record on an employment application and if your company is compliant.
  • Nixon Peabody adds 11 partners, one on LI
    Innovate Long Island | February 1, 2016
    This write-up focuses on newly elected Long Island and New York City Commercial Litigation partner Tom Mealiffe.
  • New Laws Force Shops to Scrutinize Pay Practices for Men, Women
    Ignites | January 19, 2016
    Long Island Labor & Employment associate Tony Dulgerian provides third-party commentary on new laws in New York and California aimed at closing the pay gap between men and women.
  • Family Medical History Queries Violate GINA
    Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) | December 22, 2015
    Labor & Employment partner Christopher Gegwich is quoted in this article discussing inquiries by employers that violate the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA).
  • Firms Feted for Pro Bono Work
    New York Law Journal | November 6, 2015
    The Lawyers Alliance for New York presented the 2015 Cornerstone Awards for outstanding pro bono legal services provided to nonprofit organizations. Long Island office managing partner Allan Cohen and Long Island real estate associate Ed Puerta were among the those honored.
  • Nixon Peabody named top health law firm
    Innovate Long Island | November 2, 2015
    This coverage highlights our health care practice’s U.S. News–Best Lawyers “Law Firm of the Year” recognition. Practice group leader Michele Masucci is quoted. The firm’s national tier 1 rankings are also highlighted.
  • NY Tribe's Land Claims Appeal Nixed By 2nd Circ.
    Law360 | October 27, 2015
    Commercial Litigation partner and leader of the firm’s Indian Law & Gaming team Michael Cohen is featured in this story on the Second Circuit’s decision to toss a bid by the Shinnecock Indian Nation to overturn a NY district court's dismissal of its land reclamation claims in the Hamptons. Michael is quoted and identified as counsel for many of the appellees.
  • New Security Risks for Providers
    Crain's New York Business - Health Pulse | August 20, 2015
    Health Care partner Rebecca Simone provides commentary on the struggle some health care providers face working to ensure the security and HIPAA compliance of outside business partners with access to electronic medical records.
  • Post-Daimler Decisions Confirm the High Bar for General Jurisdiction over Product Manufacturers
    TerraLex Connections | July 15, 2015
    This column discusses a survey of lower court decisions in the sixteen months since the Supreme Court's decision in Daimler AG v. Bauman. This survey confirms that courts are applying a high bar with more uniform results as to when general jurisdiction will be found. Partner and co-leader of the Commercial Litigation practice Joe Ortego, San Francisco Commercial Litigation partner Eric Strain and New York City Commercial Litigation associate Zack Stillings co-authored the piece.
  • Obama's Overtime Proposal Could Be Costly for Colleges
    The Chronicle of Higher Education | July 1, 2015
    Long Island Labor & Employment partner Tara Daub provides commentary in this article on the Obama administration’s proposed overtime pay rules.
  • 2nd Circ. Urged to Nix Tribe's Hamptons Land Claims
    Law360 | June 4, 2015
    This feature story notes New York and other defendants’ request to the Second Circuit to uphold the dismissal of the Shinnecock Indian Nation’s complaint saying the appeals court’s precedent of denying such tribal land claims is well-settled. Long Island commercial litigation partner Michael Cohen is identified among the appellees’ counsel.
  • Are Employers Responsible for an Employee's Unauthorized Review of a Patient's Confidential Health Information?
    Journal of the American College of Radiology | May 1, 2015
    This contributed column discusses employer liability for employees who improperly access confidential patient information. This piece is authored by Albany Health Care partners Laurie Cohen and Peter Millock, counsel Barbara Asheld and Long Island associate Brooke Lane.
  • Guilt—and Liability—by Association under the ADA
    Law360 | April 3, 2015
    Long Island Labor & Employment partner Chris Gegwich and Long Island Labor & Employment associate Alex Gallin authored this piece discussing the broad reach of the Americans with Disabilities Act and local civil rights laws in prohibiting actions against employees.
  • Attorneys React to High Court Pregnancy Bias Ruling
    Law360 | March 25, 2015
    Long Island Labor & Employment partner Chris Gegwich provides commentary on the impact of the U.S. Supreme Court pregnancy discrimination case.
  • Ones to Watch: Law
    Long Island Business News | March 18, 2015
    Long Island Health Care partner Rebecca Simone is featured in this column describing her practice and noting her recent election to the firm’s partnership.
  • Beware of Drive-By Doctoring Fraud
    Consumers Digest | March 1, 2015
    Long Island Health Care partner Rebecca Simone provides commentary in this article on “drive-by doctoring,” a practice where medical professionals charge patients or insurers fees by inserting themselves into treatment without the patient's knowledge.
  • Surprise-Billing Law Casts Wide Net
    Crain's New York Health Pulse | February 2, 2015
    Albany Health Care partner Laurie Cohen and Long Island Health Care partner Rebecca Simone are quoted in this article discussing New York's surprise medical bill law. The piece also contains a link to Laurie and Rebecca's original client alert on the topic.
  • The Montreal Convention: Assessing Flight Crew Response to Medical Emergencies
    Westlaw Journal Aviation | January 22, 2015
    Partner and co-leader of the Commercial Litigation practice Joe Ortego and Long Island Commercial Litigation associate Tom Mealiffe co-authored this column discussing courts’ recent application of the Montreal Convention to cases involving in-flight medical emergencies.
  • Supreme Stimulus
    Long Island Business News | January 12, 2015
    Long Island Commercial Litigation associate Thomas Mealiffe is quoted in this article discussing changes to the litigation process as directed by the New York Supreme Court and how these could impact local law firms.
  • Can NY Employers Retaliate Against Employee Attorneys?
    Law360 | January 8, 2015
    Long Island Labor & Employment partner Christopher Gegwich and associate Tony Dulgerian authored this column discussing a lawsuit seeking an unprecedented interpretation of the retaliation provisions of New York Labor Law.
  • Unlawful termination suit shipped to New York
    Antitrust Law Daily | December 11, 2014
    This coverage notes an Arkansas federal district court ruling transferring Applied Energy of AR-LA-MS, Inc. v. Pall Corp. to the federal district court in New York pursuant to the parties’ agreement. Co-leader of the firm’s Commercial Litigation practice group Joe Ortego and Long Island Commercial Litigation associate Juan Luis Garcia represented Pall Corp.
  • ACO Rules Allow For-Profit Medicine?
    Crain's New York Business | October 22, 2014
    Partner and Health Care Practice Group leader Michele Masucci and Albany Health Care partner Laurie Cohen are quoted throughout this article discussing the possible impact of New York’s new ACO regulations on the state’s prohibition against the corporate practice of medicine.
  • Out of Gas
    Long Island Business News | October 22, 2014
    Long Island Energy & Environmental counsel Jesse Hiney is quoted in this feature story discussing possible future uses of local properties that once housed gas stations.
  • Antique Car Dealer Taking the Low Road by Infringing Songs, Suit Says
    Westlaw Journal | September 8, 2014
    This coverage highlights Freeplay Music Inc. v. Streetside Classics—a lawsuit over alleged use of copyrighted songs. Partner and leader of the IP Litigation practice Jason Kravitz and Long Island Commercial Litigation associate Seth Berman are noted as plaintiffs’ counsel.
  • EOC Updates Guidelines on Pregnancy Discrimination
    Newsday | August 18, 2014
    In this workplace column, Long Island Labor & Employment partner Tara Daub provides commentary on the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s updated guidelines on pregnancy discrimination.
  • Dealmakers Q&A
    Law360 | August 13, 2014
    Health Care and Life Sciences leader Michele Masucci is profiled in this Law360 Q&A series with dealmaking movers and shakers.
  • Easing Pain, Sparking Concerns
    Long Island Business News | July 11, 2014
    Labor & Employment partner Chris Gegwich and associate Joe Carello provide commentary on how New York State employers can prepare for dealing with employees who have access to or use medical marijuana.
  • What You Know Can Hurt You
    Long Island Business News | June 13, 2014
    Long Island Labor & Employment partner Chris Gegwich provides commentary on discrimination charges employers could face monitoring and/or researching employees through social media.
  • NY Surprise Medical Bill Hits Out-Of-Network Providers
    Law360 | June 12, 2014
    Long Island Health Care associate Rebecca Simone authored this column discussing New York’s new “Emergency Medical Services and Surprise Bills” legislation.
  • NLRB ruling not likely to have WNY impact
    Buffalo Law Journal | May 13, 2014
    Labor & Employment partner Dan Rizzi provides commentary on the recent National Labor Relations Board ruling to allow the Northwestern University football team to unionize.
  • Non-Profit Voice
    WFAS-FM New York Radio | April 19, 2014
    Long Island Health Services partner Mike Schnipper discusses the Long Island Imagine Awards, which honor and recognize the local nonprofit community. The firm supports the annual awards program.
  • Intern Rights May Be Next Trend in Employment Law
    Law360 | April 18, 2014
    Labor & Employment partners Tara Daub and Chris Gegwich and Labor & Employment associate Alex Gallin authored this column discussing the future of workplace protections against discrimination and harassment to nonemployee interns.
  • Movers & Shakers
    Long Island Business News | April 14, 2014
    This coverage notes that Long Island Health Services partner Lindsay Maleson has joined the Adults and Children with Learning and Developmental Disabilities’ Board of Trustees.
  • Are Student-Athletes Employees? A lot of money is at stake
    Rochester Business Journal | April 11, 2014
    Rochester partner Jeff LaBarge developed this column with Long Island Labor & Employment partner Dan Rizzi and associate Alex Gallin discussing the National Labor Relations Board decision over whether student athletes are “employees.”
  • Legal Assistance
    Long Island Business News | March 14, 2014
    Long Island Commercial Litigation counsel Chris Porzio, a former general counsel, is quoted throughout this feature story on how in-house house counsel work with outside law firms.
  • Women Are Leading Law Firms
    Long Island Business News | March 14, 2014
    Real Estate practice group leader Denise Pursley, immediate past Long Island office managing partner, is quoted in this piece discussing female leaders in the law.
  • Who's Who in Intellectual Property and Labor Law
    Long Island Business News | February 28, 2014
    Long Island Labor & Employment partner Chris Gegwich is featured among leading IP and labor attorneys.
  • Top Ten Legal Eagles 2013
    Long Island Pulse | February 27, 2014
    Long Island office managing partner Allan Cohen is featured among leading Nassau and Suffolk County attorneys.
  • Is It Time To Recall The Term ‘Recall'?
    Law360 | February 18, 2014
    In this column, Products: Class Action, Trade & Industry Representation partners Jim Weller and Barbara Lukeman and counsel Ben Dwyer discuss if the term recall is outdated and inaccurate.
  • Making a Case for Paralegals
    Long Island Business News | January 22, 2014
    Long Island office hiring partner Jim Weller discusses demand for paralegals at Long Island law firms.
  • Attorneys Applaud Overhaul of Nonprofit Law for Cutting Red Tape
    New York Law Journal | December 20, 2013
    Partner and leader of the firm’s Nonprofit Organizations practice Mike Cooney, Rochester counsel Anita Pelletier, and Rochester partner and president of the New York State Bar Association Dave Schraver discuss the New York State Nonprofit Revitalization Act signed into law by Governor Cuomo.
  • Who's Who in Commercial and Residential Real Estate Law
    Long Island Business News | December 13, 2013
    Real Estate partner Dino Fazlibegu is among those individuals recognized as industry leaders in this special section.


New York employers using direct deposit or payroll debit cards to pay their employees are subject to additional notice, consent and other requirements
Employment Law Alert | September 22, 2016

New York updates hospital patients' bill of rights
Health Care Alert | September 1, 2016

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New York State cooling tower regulations move from "emergency" to "final"—with new requirements added
Environmental & Health Care Alert | July 20, 2016

Court of Appeals confirms common interest doctrine in New York viewed narrowly, requiring pending or anticipated litigation to attach to pre-merger communications
Commercial Litigation Law Alert | June 21, 2016

Active New York State Division of Human Rights prohibits "associational" discrimination
Employment Law Alert | June 14, 2016

Renewed focus on managed care, program compliance in the OMIG's newly released 2016–17 work plan
Health Care Alert | May 12, 2016

2016 Employer's Guide to New York State Labor Laws Released
May 2, 2016

Alcoholic Beverage Control Law Working Group announces recommendations
Beverage Alcohol Alert | April 28, 2016

What's trending in Affordable Housing
April 18, 2016

New York passes landmark legislation raising minimum wage and mandating paid family leave
Employment Law Alert | April 6, 2016

NYS health commissioner uses discretion to issue blanket waiver to e-prescribing mandate in "exceptional circumstances"
Health Care Alert | March 18, 2016

New York State e-prescribing mandate effective March 27, 2016; no further delay is expected
Health Care Alert | March 2, 2016

New York takes aim at preventing transgender and gender identity discrimination in the workplace
Employment Law Alert | February 5, 2016

EEOC issues proposed rule to collect pay data from employers
Employment Law Alert | February 5, 2016

New York's highest court expands medical providers' duty of care
Health Care Alert | January 8, 2016

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo vetoes bill requiring New York nonprofits to create and implement workplace violence prevention programs
Employment Law Alert | December 10, 2015

New York: broker's license may be required for property managers
Real Estate Alert | December 2, 2015

The vagaries of cy pres — a New York court follows Virginia in supplanting the judgment of college trustee
Higher Education Alert | October 28, 2015

New York physicians prevail in suit alleging "surprise" bills
Health Care Alert | October 23, 2015

New York narrows the availability of real property tax exemptions for nonprofits
Nonprofit Organizations Alert | July 28, 2015

NY legislature passes bill requiring nonprofits to create workplace violence prevention programs
Employment Law Alert | June 22, 2015

New York's top court rejects choice-of-law provision, endorses "blue pencil" doctrine in non-compete case
Employment Law Alert | June 19, 2015

New York poised to enact law standardizing sexual assault policy on all college campuses in the state
Higher Education Alert | June 18, 2015

Quality assurance requirements coming to NYS office-based surgery practices
Health Care Alert | May 20, 2015

NYS changes requirements for physician profiles
Health Care Alert | May 13, 2015

NYSERDA announces MW block incentive program for commercial and industrial grid-connected solar energy systems
Environmental Law Alert | May 13, 2015

2015 Employer's Guide to New York State Labor Laws Released
May 13, 2015

NYS Commissioner of Health granted new authority to appoint temporary operators of general hospitals
Health Care Alert | May 6, 2015

Will the New York Court of Appeals expand the class of individuals to whom providers owe a duty of care?
Health Care Alert | April 24, 2015

Legislative Sting: New York City Commission on Human Rights mandated to run undercover investigations of local employers' hiring practices
Employment Law Alert | April 23, 2015

Court "hits the brakes" on lawyer's retaliation claims against his client's former employer
Employment Law Alert | April 17, 2015

OMIG reminds providers that compliance officer must be an employee of the provider
Health Care Alert | April 17, 2015

New York attorney general scrutinizing employers' use of on-call shifts
Employment Law Alert | April 14, 2015

Update: NYSLA marketing permit advisory postponed
Beverage Alcohol Alert | April 10, 2015

Amendment to New York's telehealth legislation
Health Care Alert | March 27, 2015

New York State Liquor Authority proposes advisories
Beverage Alcohol Alert | March 20, 2015

New York federal court blocks proposal to post legal notice on social media
Employment Law Alert | March 18, 2015

NY to raise tipped minimum wage to $7.50 per hour
Employment Law Alert | February 25, 2015

New York joins the rest of the nation in allowing LNG facilities
Environmental Alert | February 9, 2015

New York's Surprise Medical Bill Law: three things health care providers need to know before March 31
Health Care Alert | January 28, 2015

When Duty Calls: New York enacts labor law requiring leave for first responders
Employment Law Alert | January 7, 2015

New York health insurers and state Medicaid program to cover telehealth services
Health Care Alert | January 5, 2015

Governor Cuomo signs bill relieving all New York employers of burdensome annual pay notice requirements
Employment Law Alert | December 31, 2014

NYS mandates coordination between campus safety and local police
Higher Education Law Alert | December 22, 2014

So close, yet so far — the bill amending the New York Wage Theft Prevention Act still not signed
Employment Law Alert | December 12, 2014

Lawyers as a protected class? Lawyer "spins" client's retaliation claim and files lawsuit to lift ban from cycling studio
Employment Law Alert | November 26, 2014

New York beverage producers get a boost from the Craft New York Act
Beverage Alcohol Alert | November 13, 2014

Proposed New York ACO regulations: What you should know about becoming a certified ACO
Health Care Alert | October 17, 2014

Will NY DSRIP program's impact extend beyond the state Medicaid program?
Health Care Alert | October 17, 2014

New York's e-prescribing mandate: Are prescribers and pharmacies ready?
Health Care Alert | September 11, 2014

New York passes legislation protecting interns
Employment Law Alert | July 29, 2014

Pared down privilege logs in New York State's Commercial Division: the future of more efficient logs?
Commercial Litigation Alert | July 10, 2014

Steve Nelson's law: New York legislature passes bill requiring installation of carbon monoxide detectors in restaurants and commercial buildings
Real Estate Alert | July 2, 2014

Relief in sight: bill eliminating annual wage notice requirement passed by New York legislature
Employment Law Alert | June 25, 2014

What will New York's Medical Marijuana Law mean for employers?
Employment Law Alert | June 23, 2014

New York edges closer to legalizing medical marijuana
Health Care Alert | June 20, 2014

Should I Review My Estate Plan?
Private Clients Alert | June 18, 2014

New York's surprise medical bill law
Health Alert | June 3, 2014

2014 Employer's Guide to New York State Labor Laws Released
May 21, 2014

New York Court of Appeals eliminates requirement to allege specific law, rule or regulation violated by employer for whistleblower retaliation claims
Employment Law Alert | May 20, 2014

New York and several other states move closer to banning microbeads in personal care products
Products Alert | May 15, 2014

A new proposed Commercial Division rule on e-discovery from nonparties emphasizes cooperation, proportionality and easing the burden on nonparties
Electronic Discovery and Evidence Law Alert | April 29, 2014

NYS to issue grants for continued transformation of NY's health care delivery system – a funding opportunity for health care providers
Health Alert | April 15, 2014

New York court rejects claims against fund manager of a Madoff feeder fund, highlighting exculpatory terms in private fund agreement
Private Fund Disputes Alert | April 11, 2014

New York makes significant changes to its estate tax law
Private Clients Alert | April 7, 2014

Adjunct professors targeted for unionization
Employment Law Alert | March 28, 2014

New York appellate court finds that Florida's non-compete law is "truly obnoxious" to New York public policy and renders a choice of law provision unenforceable
Employment Law Alert | February 14, 2014

There may be a place for investment by publicly traded entities in New York health care facilities after all
Health Alert | February 7, 2014

New York State considers expanding office-based surgery rules to office-based anesthesia
Health Alert | February 3, 2014

Governor's budget seeks to implement recommendations adopted by NY State Advisory Committee regarding delivery of ambulatory care services
Health Alert | January 24, 2014

New York State will again consider allowing private equity investment in health care facilities
Health Law Alert | January 22, 2014

NY State's highest court finds health care clinic is not liable for nurse's disclosure of patient information
Health Alert | January 13, 2014

The trend towards increasing minimum wage continues–this time in New York
Employment Law Alert | December 20, 2013

No reason to deviate and create new "medical monitoring" cause of action in New York
Products: Class Action, Trade & Industry Representation Alert | December 19, 2013

Reminder to complete OMIG compliance program and DRA compliance certifications
Health Law Alert | December 9, 2013

New York State providers should implement emergency regulations for insurance coverage of applied behavior analysis
Health Law Alert | November 20, 2013

New York State DOL Publishes Final Regulations Regarding Permissible Wage Deductions
Employment Law Alert | October 22, 2013

New DOH regulations promote accountable care in New York
Health Law Alert | September 30, 2013

Paving the way for enhanced collaboration, New York DOH proposes antitrust exemptions
Health Law Alert | September 27, 2013

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Webinar: New York Nonprofits and the Law
October 18, 2016

"War Stories": Avoiding mistakes and protecting yourselves when raising money
July 14, 2016

Long Island and New York City Employee Benefits Breakfast Briefing
May 17, 2016 | Jericho, NY

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Fundamentals of Early Stage Financing: Taking you through the first couple of rounds
May 3, 2016

American Conference Institute's Cross-Industry Interdisciplinary Summit on Defending and Managing Class Actions
April 11, 2016

Has crowdfunding been oversold? A look at the realities, risks and alternatives
March 31, 2016

New York City and Long Island Employee Benefits Breakfast Briefings
November 18, 2015 | Jericho, NY

New York City and Long Island Employee Benefits Breakfast Briefings
November 17, 2015 | New York, NY

Mental Health & Addiction Treatment Parity: Compliance & Effective Advocacy
October 8, 2015 | Jericho, NY

Employment Law Update: What's new with the NLRB?
June 23, 2015 | Jericho, NY

New York Employee Benefits Breakfast Briefing
June 3, 2015 | Jericho, NY

The Art of Compromise: Negotiation strategies for business
March 11, 2015

Litigation land mines: How to minimize exposure and protect your new business
January 6, 2015

Employment Law Update: Are you ready for 2015?
December 10, 2014 | Jericho, NY

Insider Advice for Raising Funds: Attract investors, close deals
November 18, 2014

New York Employee Benefits Breakfast Briefing
November 5, 2014 | Jericho, NY

Nixon Peabody Women's Affinity Group supports Kiva
October 15, 2014 | New York, NY

Fourth Annual Liquidity and Capital Raising National Forum - New York, NY
September 29, 2014

Risky business: Integrating privacy and security from the start
August 21, 2014

HR Essentials: practice vs. theory
July 9, 2014

Employment Law Update: Hot Topics for New York Employers
June 25, 2014 | Jericho, NY

Immigration 101: Attracting and retaining global talent
June 4, 2014

New York Employee Benefits Breakfast Briefing
May 29, 2014 | Jericho, NY

IP Rights: Protect technology and build value for your company
May 6, 2014 | Jericho, NY

Nonprofit Taxation: IRS Form 990 top to bottom
April 22, 2014 | Jericho, NY

Trade Secrets 101
April 2, 2014

Up & Running: The keys to organizing a "financeable" tech company
March 26, 2014

Nonprofit Health: Moving forward in the era of managed care
March 13, 2014 | Jericho, NY

New York State Nonprofit Revitalization Act Roadshow: What changed? What you should do.
March 5, 2014 | Jericho, NY

Implementing the Affordable Care Act
December 10, 2013 | Jericho, NY

Do Ethics Exist in the Cloud? Practical considerations for lawyers and professionals in the mobile age
November 7, 2013

New York Employee Benefits Breakfast Briefing
October 29, 2013 | Jericho, NY

Coming Together: The ins and outs of nonprofit mergers
October 1, 2013 | Jericho, NY

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