New York, NY
Steven Bing is extremely knowledgeable and helpful in estate planning, and can walk the novice through wills, living wills, and power of attorney documents. His expertise includes estate sale of property. He can also direct clients to tax accountants, financial managers, intellectual property lawyers, and probably a whole host of others as services are needed.
Steven is extremely personable and responsive. He answers non-related questions when possible with as much care as he puts into estate planning issues.
He will continue to handle my estate planning documents, and I would recommend him without hesitation.
Chianese & Reilly Law, P.C. is a full service, Long Island based law firm with over 25 years of experience and dedication to the tri-state area. Practice areas include matrimonial and family law, malpractice and personal injury litigation, real estate, trusts and estates and LGBT family and estates law.
Anthony M. Brown, Esq. – Anthony currently is a senior associate with the law firm of Chianese & Reilly Law, P.C., heading their LGBT Family and Estates Law division serving married and unmarried individuals, couples and families in Manhattan and on Long Island. Anthony is the Board Chairman of Men Having Babies, a non-profit organization created to assist gay men looking to create families through surrogacy with educational and financial assistance. Anthony was the Executive Director of The Wedding Party and was a Board member since its inception in 1999. The Wedding Party was a non-profit educational organization that educated the public about marriage and its importance to all citizens through outreach programs and strategic media placement. Anthony is the founder of TimeForFamilies.com, a web environment dedicated to assisting gay and lesbian couples create their own families. Anthony is also a legal consultant for Family By Design, a co-parenting information and matching website.
Anthony worked as a legal intern for Lambda Legal in the summer of 2002. While there he helped to prepare briefing for the landmark case of Lawrence v. Texas and his research was quoted specifically in Justice Sandra Day O’Connor’s concurring opinion. Anthony also worked as a law guardian at The Children’s Law Center, representing the legal needs of children in Brooklyn Family Court. Anthony graduated from Brooklyn Law School, where he served as research assistant to Nan Hunter, the founder of The Gay and Lesbian Project at the ACLU. Anthony is a member of The Family Law Institute of the National Gay and Lesbian Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association, the New York County Lawyers Association and the committee for assisted reproduction of the American Bar Association. Anthony and his husband were the subjects of CNN’s, “In America, Gary and Tony Have a Baby,” a 2010 documentary about their journey of having a child through surrogacy.
New York, NY
100 Merrick Rd, Ste 103E
Rockville Centre, NY_x0008_
Born and raised in New York, Luna Chou is the youngest in a family with first generation parents who immigrated to the United States from Shanghai, China. She attended New York University College of Arts and Science and obtained a bachelor in arts degree with dual majors in Politics and Philosophy. She then went on to study law and received her Juris Doctorate from Yeshiva University – Cardozo School of Law in 1998. Ms. Chou continued to study at the University of Hong Kong and received her LL.M. degree in International Law. Ms. Chou practiced in the area of matrimonial law for two years and then in 2001, proceeded to specialize and work extensively in all aspects of immigration law.
New York, NY
As an employee working in New York, you have rights. If your rights are violated, you have options for holding your employer or other parties accountable. Although it may sound relatively straightforward, the truth is that it can be difficult to assert your rights for fear of retaliation, harassment or other repercussions stemming from co-workers, managers and employers.
Some common types of employment law matters we handle include:
Tip pooling and other claims affecting restaurant workers
Failure to pay bonuses, wages, overtimes and severance
Claims affecting nannies
Discrimination and workplace harassment, including on the basis of one’s disability or sexual orientation
Whistleblower claims and retaliation
Some common professions we handle cases for:
Perhaps you have been denied appropriate compensation or you inexplicably lost your job, and you suspect discrimination. If you are being treated unfairly or illegally at work, we can explain how you can hold negligent, discriminatory or abusive employers and co-workers accountable.
“When you reach out to our firm, we will listen as you explain your situation and provide you with advice and representation.”
At The Law Offices of Jeffrey E. Goldman, our team of attorneys is committed to providing hardworking people from throughout New York and the surrounding area with the legal representation they need to protect their rights.
Informed by more than 24 years of experience, we understand the issues facing people across a variety of businesses and industries. Our representation spans executives on Wall Street to workers in restaurants and everything in between. As a boutique practice, we emphasize on personalized service and representation. It’s this focus on client-defined success that has helped us achieve numerous and notable multimillion-dollar verdicts and settlements on behalf of the people we represent.
Los Angeles, CA
Los Angeles Employment & Workers’ Compensation Attorneys
Based in Los Angeles, the Law Offices of Stuart H. Garrison offers dispute resolution and litigation services in a wide variety of employment law and workers’ compensation matters. In addition, Mr. Garrison handles personal injury cases and general civil litigation, representing clients from Long Beach to Ventura in California state and federal courts. For more information about his areas of focus, please see the employment law and workers’ compensation pages.
With over 35 years of experience, Stuart H. Garrison recognizes that one of the most important goals of an attorney should be to engage and empower clients. By communicating openly, sharing knowledge, and working as a team, he partners with his clients to develop and achieve smart and beneficial solutions to legal challenges. While the client brings enthusiasm and a desire to actively participate in the case, Mr. Garrison brings a thorough understanding of litigation strategies and trial procedure, acting as coach through every stage of the legal process, from sending a well-placed letter to handling an appeal of denied workers’ compensation benefits. Complementing and informing his own practice, Mr. Garrison has also served as a judge pro tem and an arbitrator within the Los Angeles Superior Court for the past 25 years.
In addition to fashioning workable, appropriate remedies for his clients, Mr. Garrison seeks to establish meaningful and productive attorney-client relationships based on the shared objective to achieve optimal results as efficiently as possible.
New York, NY
Tom Sciacca founded our firm in May 2007. We are pleased to focus our practice on:
(1) Estate planning
(ranging from simple to complex estate planning, estate tax planning, and business succession planning).
(2) Estate and Trust administration.
(3) Surrogate’s Court proceedings, including litigation in the Surrogate’s Court.
(4) Guardianship proceedings in the Supreme and Surrogate’s Courts
(routine and contested).
(5) Planning for parents with minor or adult disabled children.
We represent clients from all walks of life, and of various wealth statuses.We believe that the most essential component of any attorney-client relationship is communication. Does the idea of your attorney returning your telephone calls, sending status e-mails, and keeping you fully informed on your matter surprise you? We don’t think it should. We look forward to changing the way you think about attorneys.
Additionally we are available for appointments on weekends and in the evening to accommodate the busy schedule of both clients and potential clients. We are also available to meet with you at your home or in your office within Manhattan.
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Law Association of Greater New York (LeGaL) is an association of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered (LGBT) legal community in the New York metropolitan area.
New York, NY
Juliette S. Levin is a seasoned attorney who practices in the areas of estate administration, residential real estate, matrimonial and criminal litigation. She brings to her practice a number of professional accomplishments which include several years of experience in advising clients about effective ways of protecting themselves and their families from the devastating effects of disability and death through the efficient management of their assets; representing buyers and sellers in residential real estate transactions from the earliest stages of contract negotiations to closings; negotiation of settlements between parties involved in matrimonial actions and the successful defense of individuals charged with all levels of criminal offenses.
Through her commitment to helping others and her ability to take initiative, Ms. Levin has enhanced her estate planning practice through her independent affiliation with Stephen L. Mason, who in addition to his juris doctor, holds an LLM in Tax Law from New York University. Admitted to the New York State Bar for over 23 years, Ms. Levin participates in a number of Bar Associations and their committees including the solo and small practice firm committee of the New York County Lawyers’ Association.
Currently, Ms. Levin is a member of the joint Legal Referral Service of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York/ New York County Lawyer’s Association. As such she has applied her more than 23 years of experience to serving the public at large.
Throughout her academic studies, Ms. Levin has been recognized for her contributions to scholarly excellence. A member of Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Sigma Nu honor societies, Ms. Levin continues to contribute to the excellence of her profession.
Admitted to NYS BAR, May 1985
J.D. , University of Denver, College of Law, Denver, Colorado
B.S., St. Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri, Phi Beta Kappa
New York, NY
Originally from the Jersey Shore, Ron Meyers earned his B.A. at Columbia University (1992) and his law degree from Harvard University (1999). He was admitted to practice in New York in 2000 and is a member of the New York City and New York State Bar Associations, including the state bar’s section on Trusts & Estates. Ron has focused his practice on estate planning and estate settlement for several years, though he began his career working on major commercial real estate transactions, and continues to provide services on residential purchases and sales, as well as commercial leases and business agreements.