|NY||Due to reregister within 30 days of birthday||1984||07/10/2016|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers Magazine||2015|
|Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers Magazine||2014|
|Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers Magazine||2013|
|Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers Magazine||2012|
|Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers Magazine||2011|
|Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers Magazine||2010|
|Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers Magazine||2009|
|Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers Magazine||2008|
|Public Education Award||Multiple Sclerosis Society, New York City Chapter||2008|
|Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers Magazine||2007|
|Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers Magazine||2006|
|Courageous Plaintiff Attorney Award||National Employment Lawyers Association, New York||2000|
|Associate||Schoeman, Updike & Kaufman, LLP||1989 - 1993|
|Associate||Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler||1985 - 1989|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Association of the Bar of the City of New York||Member||1994 - Present|
|New York State Bar Association||Member||1994 - Present|
|National Employment Lawyers Association||Member||1994 - 2014|
|Solnin v. Sun Life and Health Ins. Co.||Award of All Benefits|
|Doe v. First UNUM Life Ins. Co. of Am.||Judgment of $780,756.00|
|Wenger v. Prudential Ins. Co. of Am.||Granting de novo review|
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|James Publishing publication||An Attorney's Guide to ERISA Disability Claims||2014|
|ABA Health and Disability & Life Insurance Law Committee News||Did The Supreme Court Flunk Constitutional Law When Its Permitted Discretionary Review of Insured ERISA Benefit Cases?||2013|
|The New York Employee Advocate (NELA/New York)||Top Ten Things That Employment Lawyers Should Know About Long Term Disability Insurance Claims||2006|
|CFIDS Chronicle||What to Do If Your Disability Benefits Are Denied||2001|
|CFIDS Chronicle||What to Do If You Become Disabled||2001|
|New York Law Journal||HMO’s Face a Post-Pegram World||2000|
|New York Law Journal||Corporate Outsourcing and ERISA §510||1997|
|CFIDS Chronicle||What to Do When Denied Health or Disability Benefits||1995|
|New York Law Journal||Jury Trials under ERISA||1994|
|Journal of Pension Planning and Compliance||Discretionary or Conditional Forms of Benefit||1986|
|University of Michigan Law School||Law||N/A||1983|
|American University||International Studies||BS - Bachelor of Science||1980|
|American Conference Institute Conference||The Ongoing Discovery Battle: Understanding Its Scope and Limitations and Implementing Meaningful Strategies in Today’s Environment||2013|
|American Conference Institute Conference||The Restrictions and Limitations Between the Own Occupation and the Any Occupation Standard||2012|
|2012 Annual Meeting of ILADS||Disability Claims and Lyme Disease||2012|
|American Bar Association, Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section||Practical Tips to Make Conflict of Interest Discovery Work for You and Tips to Defend Against its Impact; A View from Both Sides of the Bench||2011|
|Pension Rights Center Conference||ERISA Basics||2010|
|American Conference Institute Conference||The Impact of MetLife v. Glenn on the Standard of Review and Discovery||2009|
|Practising Law Institute Live Audio Webcast||A New Firestone Drill under ERISA: MetLife v. Glenn||2008|
|College of Labor and Employment Lawyers NY, NJ Conn Regional Conference||MetLife v. Glenn||2008|
|American Conference Institute Conference||Standard of Review in ERISA Litigation in Light of MetLife v. Glenn||2008|
|ALI-ABA Video Webcast||ERISA Benefit Litigation: From Pilot Life and Firestone to Glenn—Where are We Now||2008|
|Special Workshop on Long Term Disability Benefits||Long-Term Disability Benefits in Danger: Disturbing Trends and Dirty Tricks||2007|
|American Conference Institute Conference||Developments in ERISA Claims Handling and Litigation||2007|
|American Conference Institute Conference||Litigating ERISA Disability Claims: Applicability, Discovery and Other Critical Issues||2006|
|NYSBA Labor and Employment Section Conference||Fiduciary Issues For Welfare Plans||2001|
|Lorman Educational Services Conference||Short Term and Long Term Disability Benefits||2001|
|NELA/NY Spring Conference||Procedural Aspects of Litigating Benefit Claims||1996|
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