UPCOMING EVENTS

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David A. Bamdad is speaking at New York State Bar Association’s Annual Meeting on 1/27/21

David A. Bamdad is speaking at New York State Bar Association's Annual Meeting on 1/27/21 - Triggering the Statute of Limitations: Ten Years After Schneider and in the COVID Zoom Zone

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PAST EVENTS

Wealthmanagement.com Webinar: “Unequal Inheritances” featuring Avi Z. Kestenbaum

Avi Z. Kestenbaum, Partner and Co-Chair of our Trusts and Estates practice group and Kim Kamin, Principal and Chief Wealth Strategist of Gresham Partners, LLC discuss factors to consider when helping client trying to plan an estate determine dispositive provisions of a will or revocable trust issue—and whether they should be equal for fair.

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LIVE Webinar,

Gary M. Meltzer is speaking on Long Island Real Estate: Executive Outlook in 2021

Join Gary Meltzer, Marks Paneth’s Real Estate Group and a distinguished panel of industry
leaders from Long Island on January 13 as they share their outlooks for the
future.

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Virtual Event,

Podcast: A new estate freeze technique: Grantor Retained Interest Partnership

If you have clients who want to lock in the current estate tax exemption but are concerned about parting with assets, the new grantor retained interest partnership (GRIP) may be the answer. In this episode of the PFP Section podcast, Bob Keebler interviews GRIP experts Mary O’Reilly and Stephen Breitstone. They respond to the following […]

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AICPA Podcast,

David C. Jacobson and Mark E. Wilensky are presenting at the Long Island Tax Professionals Symposium N/S Chapter of NCCPAP

This panel will address frequently asked questions regarding income tax reporting for partnerships set up as freeze partnerships. In addition, the panel will address special real estate transfer tax concerns where property contributed to the freeze partnership is located in New York City. The panel will also provide an overview of common freeze partnership techniques.

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LIVE Webinar,

Michael H. Masri and Mel Grimaldi are presenting a CPE Credit Seminar on NY Sick Pay Law Changes 11/16/20

Michael H. Masri and Mel Grimaldi presenting a CPE Credit Seminar on NY Sick Pay Law Changes

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Michael H. Masri is speaking at Nassau County Bar Association’s Labor & Employment Law Committee on November 16, 2020

Michael Masri, Esq. and Dr. Jorge Gardyn will be speaking about best practices for handling Covid-19 positive employees.

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Nassau County Bar Association,15 West Street
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Virtual CLE: New York’s Changing Lead Paint Rules and Increased Enforcement: What You Need to Know on November 16, 2020

Join Meltzer Lippe's Sami B. Groff and Jonathan Farrell and their guests Matthew J. Chachere, Jill Samuels and Robert Altchiler to learn more about New York's latest lead paint rules and both civil and criminal enforcement of lead paint violations.

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LIVE Webinar,

Fall Virtual Symposium: Legal and Tax Strategies for Real Estate to Navigate the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Economic Fallout and the Prospect of Political Change

Unprecedented times call for expert legal advice. Join Meltzer Lippe’s legal team as they decode the intricacies of doing business under COVID-19.

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Nassau County Bar Association,

FEA’s Virtual Annual Conference: Drop & Swap Exchanges: Opportunities & Pitfalls

ACTEC Fellow Mark E. Wilensky is speaking with Lee David Medinets on Drop & Swap Exchanges: Opportunities & Pitfalls

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Nassau County Bar Association,

Stephen M. Breitstone: ACTEC/ALI CLE Webinar: Aligning Interests in the Sale of a Business

ACTEC Fellow Stephen M. Breitstone, will use simple-to-visualize numerical examples to evaluate the available alternatives, including a financial analysis of each. The illustrations will demonstrate the financial impact of each technique, making them understandable to practitioners that are not regularly steeped in these issues.

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Nassau County Bar Association,