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From Succession Planning to Office Space, Law Firm Leaders Discuss Industry Concerns

Phillips Nizer Managing Partner Marc Landis weighs in on challenges facing the legal industry during Managing Partners Roundtable at the NYSBA's annual meeting.


Trust & Estates Alert - The Secure Act Changes the Rules for Planning for Retirement Account Benefits - THIS IMPORTANT ALERT APPLIES TO YOUR RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS, January 2020

January/February 2020

Is Philanthropy the Right Word Anymore?  New Approaches for Donors and Their Advisors
Thomson Reuters Taxation of Exempts Journal (Jan/Feb 2020)

This article examines how to advise wealthy families and the nonprofits they support to adjust the strategy in the new environment for philanthropy. 


Thomas Jackson, Chair of the Technology Practice, was mentioned as a data privacy expert in the article “20 Questions on the CCPA with Answers from Privacy Experts” published in the DataGrail blog.

The article addresses some of the key questions raised by California’s new privacy law, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), which took effect on January 1, 2020, including what is covered by and who must comply with the new law and how it compare with Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) implemented in May 2018.


Thomas Jackson, Chair of the Technology Practice, named to the Bloomberg Law Litigation Innovation Board

The board, consisting of twenty renowned litigators, is responsible for providing input and consulting on new products, offering feedback on enhancements to current offerings, and giving its advice on the direction of future litigation and analytics solutions to Bloomberg Law, a leading provider of subscription-based services for online legal research.


Ilene Jaroslaw comments on Law360's Biggest White Collar Cases of 2019

One of the biggest cases of 2019 was one nobody expected: the March indictment of dozens of parents and university coaches for their parts in a national scheme to trick colleges into admitting students on false pretenses.