Land Uses with Urban Agriculture

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Although land use and zoning issues can also affect agriculture in rural areas throughout New York state, an urban or suburban farmer should carefully review the zoning code.  According to Dean Patricia Salkin at Touro Law Center in the “Counseling the Local Food Movement” webinar with the American Bar Association, there are several zoning mechanisms that can be used to promote small-scale …

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Lawline Roundtable Discussion on Building Your Own Law Practice

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[slideshare id=59902137&doc=lawline-buildingalawpractice-160322201923] Join me tomorrow, May 6, 2016 at 3:30pm for the Live Webcast at Lawine for the Roundtable Discussion on starting and building your own law practice.  Myself, Daniel Gershberg and Harlan York will work through the above presentation questions.  Hear it live tomorrow!  If you cannot make the presentation then the recording will be available via Lawline.  

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Podcast Appearance on Book Publishing with Legal Marketing Studio

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Super pumped for Michael Meyer, corporate photographer extraordinaire,for his new podcast called the “Legal Marketing Studio“, available via SoundCloud and iTunes.  The podcast was just released and I’m in Episode 3 on book publishing.  I talk about my New York food and agriculture book (my first child) and my recently published book on New York divorce and family law (both …

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Want to Hang Your Very Own Shingle? Upcoming CLE on Building Law Practice

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I will presenting alongside two other attorneys on May 6, 2016 for a Lawline webinar titled “Building a Law Practice Brick by Brick” at 3:30pm ET.  Myself, Harlan York, and Daniel Gershburg will be answering the questions on how, why and should you open a law practice. The three of us will present on the following issues: • Steps lawyers should …

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Kicking Off My “Book Tour” for Onward and Upward

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I will be starting off my “Book Tour” for my book “Onward and Upward:  Guide for Getting Through New York Divorce & Family Law Issues” at my BNI Chapter on March 29, 2016 from 6:00pm to 7:30pm at Club 101 located at 101 Park Avenue (at 41st and Park Avenue, just a block south of Grand Central Station).  I will be …

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Thinking About Getting a “Virtual Office”?

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For you attorneys and entrepreneurs out there, I recently wrote a guest blog post for Law Firm Suites on “How My Decision to Practice Law from a Virtual Office Jump Started My Law Firm“.  Although it is focused on New York City law practices, it can be helpful for any type of entrepreneur.  The reality for me is that I …

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Lawline Lecture: Overview of New York Animal Welfare Law

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I gave this Lawline lecture last December on New York farm animal welfare law.  I first talk about animal welfare laws from the national perspective and then move into New York specifically.  I think it helps to see the forest for the trees and better understand where New York fits in nationally with these issues.  I discuss both misdemeanor and …

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Video About Onward and Upward: Guide for Getting Through New York Divorce and Family Law Issues

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I’m really excited to share the video about my new book “Onward and Upward: Guide for Getting Through New York Divorce & Family Law Issues.”  I’m really proud and excited about the finished product of this book.  I love that it collaboration of both lawyers and nonlawyers, working together to strengthen families and people.  This book is a phenomenal information …

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TAMU Ambassador for Pace Law School

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I have been asked to be an Alumni Ambassador for Pace University, School of Law to students at Texas A & M University.  I’m a proud Fightin’ Texas Aggie Class of 2002 – I received my B.S. in Animal Science (on the west side of the railroad tracks!).  If you are a student at Texas A & M University and …

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Overview of Laws Regulating Antibiotics in Livestock & Policy Positions of Stakeholder Groups

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[slideshare id=49755200&doc=citybar-antibiotics-150623210444-lva1-app6891] Last week, I gave this presentation for the Association of the Bar for the City of New York‘s Committee on Animal Law and the Health Law Committee.  I gave a few definitions (antibiotics, antimicrobials, vaccines, hormones, feed additives, residue vs. resistance), gave an overview of the regulatory system governing antibiotics used in livestock, spoke about food labeling law …

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Introducing Ravi Cattry

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Ravi Cattry has joined Rincker Law as a part-time associate attorney.  She is licensed to practice in New York and New Jersey and admitted into the Eastern and Southern District Courts of New York. She completed a Bachelor of Science at Fordham University in Manhattan where she was a double major in psychology and economics. She received a Juris Doctor …

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