CBM&S hosted the CLE seminar “Zoning Basics” in its New York office, in association with Prestige Title LLC.
Christopher Wright, counsel in the firm’s Land Use and Zoning practice, was a featured presenter.
Better Call Saul! When does a Congregation Need to Hire a Lawyer?: Partners Renato Matos and Joseph Milano host “Faithful & Smart” episode
Partners Renato Matos, of the firm’s Religious Organizations practice, and Joseph Milano, of the firm’s Litigation practice, hosted the episode “Better Call Saul!” on the Faithful & Smart radio program. The topics addressed was “When does a Congregation Need to Hire a Lawyer?”
You may listen to the podcast recording here.
CBM&S proudly accepted the “Schott in the Arm Award” from Martin Luther School, at its annual Spring Gala in March. This distinction was in recognition of the firm’s relationship with this educational community.
Pictured from left to right are the presenter and partners Joseph Milano, Renato Matos, Robert Barnett, Peter Sanders, Stuart Schoenfeld, and Gregory Matalon.
Join partner Renato Matos Mondays at 9:30 p.m. for “Faithful and Smart”. Renato will discuss strategies for churches to effectively execute their mission with Dr. John Scibilia, Executive Director of Council of Church Advisors. Debuting 2/25, tune in to AM570 The Mission Radio on Mondays at 9:30 p.m. https://lnkd.in/eQWsMZG
CBM&S’ Elder Law practice and its StepByStep Medicaid Consulting team participated at Cassena Care’s “An Elegant Evening” at Jericho Terrace
We look forward to meeting our New York City clients in our new Manhattan office.
We will continue to serve our Long Island clients in our Jericho office.
New Manhattan Address:
1385 Broadway, 12th Floor
New York, New York 10018
Our main contact numbers for New York will remain the same.
Tel: (212) 661-1144
Fax: (212) 643-1330
Partners Robert Barnett, Gregory Matalon, and Counsel Damianos Markou presented at the Nassau County Bar Association
Partners Robert Barnett, Gregory Matalon, and Counsel Damianos Markou presented an evening CLE program at the Nassau County Bar Association. Mr. Barnett and Mr. Matalon presented on “Ending a Trust or Estate”. Mr. Markou presented on accounting litigation involving an estate.
Please feel free to contact the attorneys for guidance on the topics they addressed.
Mr. Markou concentrates his practice on Trusts and Estates matters, with a focus on Trust & Estate litigation proceedings in New York State Surrogate’s Courts.
Damianos has extensive experience and has successfully represented individual and corporate clients in a variety of Surrogate’s Court proceedings including probate contests, contested accountings, discovery proceedings, reverse discovery proceedings, construction proceedings, right of election proceedings, guardianships, administration proceedings and other miscellaneous Surrogate’s Court proceedings.
Mr. Markou has represented individual and corporate clients in the administration of estates and trusts and has successfully represented and defended clients’ estate tax filings before the Internal Revenue Service and the New York State Commissioner of Taxation and Finance. Damianos is also involved in estate planning and the drafting of wills and trusts for his clients.
Five CBM&S attorneys were featured presenters at the Long Island Tax Professionals Symposium, November 2018
CBM&S attorneys Robert S. Barnett, Gregory Matalon, Stuart Schoenfeld, Yvonne Cort, and Monica Ruela were each featured presenters at the Long Island Tax Professionals Symposium, a 3-day event that took place November 14th-16th at the Crest Hollow Country Club.
Partners Robert Barnett and Gregory Matalon presented an Estate Planning and Q&A Luncheon. Additionally, Robert Barnett presented a session on Estate Tax changes, participated on a panel on Longevity Planning and lectured on the TCJA and Select Business Considerations and on 199A Aggregation Rules. Partner Stuart Schoenfeld and associate Monica Ruela presented on Navigating the Medicaid Application Process. Partner Yvonne Cort will present on a panel on IRS Collections Updates: Passports at Risk.
The Fourth Annual Interchurch Center Conference took place on November 8th, 2018. This year’s topic was “Mission Driven Development”. The event attracted nearly 300 attendees, who gathered to learn about topics such as “Understanding Project Feasibility & Potential Deal Structures”, “Developing a Business Plan for Financial Stability”, “Designing the Church of Tomorrow” and “Construction Oversight & Accountability”.