Category: Section Highlights

Frontline Providers Need More Support during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed are solely that of the authors who take full responsibility for this content. There are no conflicts of interest to report. It is often said that we are at war with an “invisible enemy” during the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the recent history of similar outbreaks (i.e., SARS, H1N1), failures in government … Continued

The Case For Virtual Mediation

Mediation, even if conducted virtually, is a viable alternative to case resolution pending the resumption of normal court operations.

The Time for Remote Co-op Closings Has Arrived

In the post-New York on Pause / pre-vaccine world that we may soon be entering, managing agents and cooperative apartment corporation boards should offer remote apartment closings as an option, if not the norm.

Making Remote Work Work: Success Strategies for Introverts & Extroverts

  Making Remote Work Work:  Success Strategies for Introverts & Extroverts Presented by the Westchester County Bar Association and Co-sponsored by NYSBA’s Business Law Section Becoming a 100% remote worker ‘overnight’ is a dramatic transition that brings with it more than its share of challenges. For example, how can you stay energized and efficient while supporting … Continued

COVID-19: Execution of Estate Planning Documents

View this complimentary presentation sponsored by the Elder Law and Special Needs Section & Trusts and Estates Law Section of NYSBA.  COVID-19: Execution of Estate Planning Documents: Perspectives and Thoughts on How this Will Affect Our Practice   Speakers: Jill Beier, Esq., Beier PLLC, Lake Placid, NY Deborah Kearns, Esq., Chief Clerk, Albany County Surrogates … Continued