During this webinar, participants will discover the four challenging areas where in-house lawyers should focus.
The Business Law Section is co-sponsoring an upcoming webinar delivered by the Westchester County Bar Association on 4/13, Making Remote Work Work. Click on Section Highlights below for details.
The Business Law Section, with a membership of approximately 3,500, is one of the largest Sections of the New York State Bar Association. Its members consist of attorneys whose practice involves some aspect of commerce or finance. Thus, the practice of the members is quite diverse – ranging from securities to banking, bankruptcy to consumer finance, franchising to insurance, among many others. To accommodate this breadth of practice, the Business Law Section has a range of committees that offer the practitioner with business clients information in similarly diverse areas: Bankruptcy; Banking; Business Organizations; Franchise, Distribution and Licensing, Derivatives and Structured Products; Securities Regulation; and the constantly evolving area of Technology and Venture Law. These Committees meet regularly to review current developments in their areas. Members enjoy the benefit of participating in discussions of developments in the business and financial services world and the opportunity to expand their professional network. Attendance at committee meetings and other scheduled Section meetings often can fulfill MCLE requirements.
The Section publishes the NY Business Law Journal, which provides practice-oriented insight and guidance relevant to the business law practitioner, with special emphasis on lawyers who practice in New York State.
The Business Law Section has been in the forefront of introducing, monitoring and evaluating legal developments in the areas of business and finance on both federal and New York State levels.
Members gain access to an extensive network of business law practitioners through our online Community.
Meet the Chair
Andre (Drew) R. Jaglom of New York (Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt LLP) is the Chair of the Business Law Section.
He is the co-chair of his firm’s corporate group and of its franchise, distribution and e-commerce, and its cybersecurity and data privacy practices.
An active member of NYSBA since 1996, Jaglom is a member of the NYSBA Executive Committee, former chair of the International Section and chair of its International Distribution, Sales and Marketing Committee, and former Chair of the Sections Caucus. He currently serves on the Executive Committees of the Business Law Section, the International Section, and the Sections Caucus, as well as serving as Chair of the Business Law Section.
He holds degrees from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard Law School.
Contact the Business Law Section LiaisonTo learn more about this Section, please contact Gina Bartosiewicz
Past Events Highlights
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This webinar is sold out. To register for the recorded program via our on-demand archive please click here and follow the instructions. In this one-hour…
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NY Business Law Journal
The NY Business Law Journal features peer-written substantive articles relating to the practice of business law. It is designed to provide practice-oriented insight and guidance relevant to the business law practitioner, with special emphasis on lawyers who practice in the State of New York. Edited by David L. Glass (Editor-in-Chief) and Prof. James D. Redwood (Managing Editor), the NY Business Law Journal is published twice per year by the Business Law Section and distributed to Section Members free of charge.
The Journal is published as a benefit for members of the Business Law Section and is copyrighted by the New York State Bar Association. The copying, reselling, duplication, transferring, reproducing, reusing, retaining or reprinting of this publication is strictly prohibited without permission.
© New York State Bar Association. All rights reserved. ISSN 1521-7183 (print) ISSN 1933-8562 (online)
The NY Business Law Journal encourages article submissions on topics of interest to members of the Section. Writing an article for a NYSBA Section publication is a great way to get your name out in the legal community and advertise your knowledge. Our authors are respected state-wide for their legal expertise in such areas as the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, hedge funds, corporation fiduciary responsibilities, and mergers and takeovers.
MCLE credit may also be earned for legal-based writing directed to an attorney audience upon application to the CLE Board. NYSBA Guidelines for Obtaining MCLE Credit for Writing as well as a Publication Credit Application are available.
If you have written an article and would like to have it considered for publication in the NY Business Law Journal, please send it in electronic document format (pdfs are NOT acceptable), along with biographical information to its Editor:
David L. Glass
Business Law Section Committee
- Bus: Wine, Beer and Spirits Law
- Bus: Not-for-Profit Corporations Law Committee
- Bus: Technology and Venture Law
- Bus: Franchise, Distribution and Licensing Law
- Bus: Securities Regulation Committee
- Bus: Public Utility Law Committee
- Bus: Membership
- Bus: Legislative Affairs
- Bus: Insurance Law Committee
- Bus: Derivatives & Structured Products Law
- Business Organizations Law Committee
- Mergers and Acquisitions Committee
- Bus: Bankruptcy Law
- Bus: Banking Law Committee
- Business Law Section Executive Committee
- Bus: Continuing Legal Education Committee
Business Law Links of Interest
General Legal Resources
- Cornell’s Legal Information Institute
- The Library of Congress’ Thomas locater service
- For beginners and experts – a primer on Internet research
- New York Law Journal List of Internet Legal resources (The New York Law Journal has already gone through the trouble of making a collection of sites potentially of interest to the New York practitioner. It i s geared toward New York attorneys).
- Find Law Internet Legal Resources (This site is a collection of links to a great variety of federal and state legal resources on the Net, from statutes to cases to regulations to other sites, etc. It is a good st arting point for Internet legal research generally, and to start your own bookmarked collection of legal Web pages of interest you your particular practice).
General Resources in Business Law
- Title 15, Chapters 2A, 2B, 2B-1 of the U.S. Code contain most of the federal securities statutes and may be accessed at the Cornell Law School Web site (easy to use – search by citation, browse sections, and enter search terms) or at the U.S. Government Printing Office site (users may search the entire U.S. Code more readily)
- Federal regulations adopted under the Securities Act of 1933 and the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 are contained in the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations
- The FDIC’s banking law resources
- LII Banking Law Materials. Includes a very useful menu of source material and links, including relevant state and federal statutes and case law, and a search engine for C.F.R. Title 12.
- The LII’s bankruptcy law materials. Includes searchable full text of U.S. Code, Title 11.
- The LII’s corporations law materials. Includes materials on securities regulation and full text of federal securities legislation.
- SECLAW.COM, an online guide to securities law
- SEC Litigation Releases – Federal Court Actions, Administrative Proceedings – Notices & Settlements, ALJ Decisions & Orders, Reports of Investigations, Commission Opinions, Trading Suspensions, SEC Rules of Practice, Investors Claims Funds and Briefs
Commodities and Futures Law
- Commodityworld.com – market news, prices, charts, and educational resources.
- Gold Eagle – has weekly features and forums; prices, charts, and analysis; and a directory of links for gold, silver, and precious metal investors.
Consumer Financial Services
- The LII’s consumer credit materials
Corporations and other Business Entitities
State Agencies Administering Franchise Disclosure Laws
U.S. Federal Government Agencies
Not For Profit Sites
National & International Organizations
Other Bar Association Sites
Business Law Resources
Committees of the Business Law Section
- Enhance your expertise in specific areas of practice
- Networking and research opportunities
Crowdfunding: How to Succeed in Business After Really Trying to Raise Capital (Program Archive – Free for Business Law Section members)
Recorded January 27, 2016
Cybercrime – Before and After (Program Archive – Free to Business Law Section members)
Recorded January 27, 2016
Join the Business Law Community
- Discuss topics of interest with other members of the Business Law Section
- Receive e-mail updates on current discussions