Brooklyn Bar Association helps bring lawyers up to speed on Appellate Division e-filing requirements

” The Brooklyn Bar Association hosted a team of attorneys, clerks and legal services representatives for a recent continuing legal education seminar on the new e-filing requirements in the Appellate Division on Tuesday, June 19.

” The lecture was titled ” New E-filing Requirements in the Appellate Division, Second Department ” and it was moderated by Richard A. Klass, the Brooklyn Bar Association’s treasurer.

” The panel included Aprilanne Agostino and Caterina Madaffari from the clerk’s office in the Appellate Division, Lynne Bailey from Dick Bailey Service, Tricia Reddi and Christina Anthony. ”

Follow this link to read the article in its entirety on the Brooklyn Eagle’s website.

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Brooklynites get lesson on consumer debt and bankruptcy from local bar association

From left: Salaria Robinson, Fern J. Finkel, Richard A. Klass and Roseann Hiebert. Brooklyn Eagle photos by Rob Abruzzese

Richard Klass Appointed Treasurer of Brooklyn Bar Association and Brooklyn Brandeis Society

On Wednesday, June 14, 2017, The Brooklyn Bar Association (BBA) held an induction ceremony for its officers and newly-elected trustees. The ceremony took place in the ceremonial courtroom of Borough Hall with nearly 250 people in attendance. The Hon. Jeffrey Sunshine, a past president of the BBA, installed Aimee Richter as its newest president.

Richard Klass was installed as treasurer, continuing Mr. Klass’ long tradition of dedicating himself to the success of this highly-esteemed organization.

In addition, at the annual meeting of the Brooklyn Brandeis Society held on June 6, 2017, Hon. George J. Silver, deputy chief administrative judge for NYC Courts, swore in the organization’s new officers and directors. These included Andrew Fallek as president, Judge Katherine Levine as secretary, Richard Klass as treasurer, Aimee Richter and Avery Okin as vice presidents and Hon. Ellen Spodek as president-elect.

 

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Termination of the Attorney/Client Relationship: Breaking Up is Hard to Do

Daniel R. Antonelli, Esq., Richard A. Klass, Esq. and Kaylin L. Whittingham, Esq. at a Continuing Legal Education Program about Termination of the Attorney/Client Relationship: Prevention, Planning & Procedure.

Richard A. Klass recently spoke at a Continuing Legal Education Program entitled Breaking Up is Hard to Do – Termination of the Attorney/Client Relationship: Prevention, Planning & Procedure.

Shown here at the Brooklyn Bar Association on October 20, 2015 with, from left to right, Moderator Daniel R. Antonelli, Esq., Speakers Richard A. Klass, Esq. and Kaylin L. Whittingham, Esq.

Follow opens in a new windowthis link to an article about the program, by Rob Abruzzese, in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle.


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Ninth Incarnation of Trade Brooklyn Largest Ever

This past April, the Law Firm of Richard A. Klass was pleased to participate in Trade Brooklyn. This year’s show, with the theme “Year of the Entrepreneur,” was focused on the interests of small business owners. Over 150 New York City businesses were present. Jonathan Levin of opens in a new windowCardinal Trade Group helped produce the show which included over 18 seminars on topics such as search engine optimization, marketing and social media.

The Brooklyn Bar Association (“BBA”) hosted a continuing legal education (“CLE”) course entitled “The Importance of Legal Counsel for Small Businesses” presented by lawyers Richard A. Klass, Gregory S. Lisi and Jeffrey R. Miller. BBA’s CLE Director Danielle Levine described the course as being “crafted specifically so that it would appeal to lawyers and give non-lawyers valuable information too.”

Rob Abruzzese, with the Brooklyn Daily Eagle, wrote an article about the Trade Brooklyn show which you can find by following opens in a new windowthis link.

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Announcement: Distinguished Service Award for Richard A. Klass

Announcement:

On May 11, 2011, Richard A. KlassYour Court Street Lawyer, was presented with the prestigious Distinguished Service Award by the Brooklyn Bar Association. This award, presented by Association President Andrea Bonina, recognized the accomplishments of Mr. Klass in founding the BBA’s Mentoring Committee. The Mentoring Committee was formed to assist lawyers in obtaining advice on the practice of law, including finding a job, starting a law firm, resumé building, and how-to help. It is with great honor that Mr. Klass serves to help the legal community in enhancing their opportunities and developing professionalism.
———– copyr. 2011 Richard A. Klass, Esq. The firm’s website: www.CourtStreetLaw.com Richard A. Klass, Esq., maintains a law firm engaged in civil litigation at 16 Court Street, 28th Floor, Brooklyn Heights, New York. He may be reached at (718) COURT-ST or e-ml to RichKlass@courtstreetlaw.com with any questions. Prior results do not guarantee a similar outcome.

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