Representing A Candidate Under NY’s Election Law 2018
Total Credits: 4.0 (Skills 3.0, Professional Practice 1.0)
For those involved or interested in political campaigns and who may represent political and public figures, we are pleased to offer an updated version of our recurring, popular program on some of the most commonly occurring issues and thorny problems arising under New York’s election laws.
The complexities and minutiae in the law and its processes – from getting and staying on the ballot, handling litigation over ballot access, options and legal strategies available on election day, and canvassing of votes and recount litigation – create vast opportunities for inadvertent and substantial errors that can lead to court challenges and greatly affect candidates and their campaigns.
Jerry H. Goldfeder, Esq./Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, LLP
Kimberly A. Galvin, Esq./Senior Attorney, New York State Board of Elections
Arthur W. Greig, Esq./Law Offices of Arthur W. Greig, P.C.
Raphael E. Savino, Esq./Deputy General Counsel, Enforcement Counsel, Board of Elections in the City of New York