Howard Fensterman is the managing partner at Abrams, Fensterman, Fensterman, Eisman, Formato, Ferrara, Wolf & Carone, LLP. He is involved in all facets of the law firm's practice, including health care law (Malpractice and OPMC/OPD legal defense), corporate representation, partnerships, LLCs and LLPs, as well as other business practices in connection with litigation, settlement negotiations and purchase and sale of businesses.
Additionally, there are many events, awards, and publications attributable to the Abrams, Fensterman law firm:
Aug. 2019: Partner Frank Carone was honored by the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation at its annual gala.
Aug. 2019: Howard Fensterman named to City & State Magazine's Long Island Power 100 List
July 2019: Partner Carolyn Wolf published an article in Psychology Today entitled "Murder Trial Shows Our Mental Health System's Limitations"
June 2019: Partner, Frank Carone installed as the 104th President of the Brooklyn Bar Association. His term will last through June 2020.
May 2019: Howard Fensterman was named to New York Magazine's Long Island Power 100 List.
May 2019: Partner and Director of the Mental Health Law Practice group, Carolyn Reinach Wolf published an article on her blog in Psychology Today titled, "Mental Health, Addiction, and the 2020 Presidential Race".
April 2019: Partner, Frank Carone was honored at Saint Frances X. Cabrini Award for Migration, hosted by the Catholic Migration Services, dedicated to the needs of immigrant families in healthcare, housing, and immigration rights.
April 2019: Elizabeth Kase listed in the National Law Journal Trailblazers - Cannabis Law List.
March 2019: Kenneth M. Abell, Chair of the Healthcare Fraud and White Collar Criminal Defense Practice Group, was named by the United States Environmental Protection Agency as a winner of the Gold Medal for Exceptional Service.
Jan. 2019: Elizabeth Kase, Partner, Criminal Law practice group and Co-Chair of the Medical-Marijuana Law practice group was quoted in a Newsday article titled, "What does legalized recreational pot mean for workplace rules?"
Jan. 2019: Carolyn R. Wolf published an article on her blog in Psychology Today titled, "To Prevent Mass Shootings, Believe the Women".
Dec. 2018: Carolyn R. Wolf contributed an article to the Dec. 2018 issue of Psychology Today titled, "Prevention, Not Reaction - How to protect schools from mass shootings".
Nov. 2018: Ethan B. Gerber, Partner, was inducted as a member of the Board of Directors of the Defense Association of New York (DANY).
Oct. 2018: Carolyn Wolf, published an article on her blog in Psychology Today titled, "Erasing Stigma, One Vote at a Time - A national conversation about mental health begins at the ballot box".
Oct. 2018: Partner RoseAnn Branda participated in a panel discussion on the television show Brooklyn Savvy on the topic of "Divorce in New York"
Sept. 2018: Partner Frank Carone published an article in Forbes "Three Powerful Questions Used by the Self-Made Super-Rich"
August 2018: Associate, Duwaine Bascoe, was quoted in a Rochester Business Journal article titled "Law Firms Create Pathways for Minority Students to Participate".
August 2018: Carolyn Wolf's Psychology Today article "Guardrails for the College-Bound With Mental Health Needs - What every worried parent should know to keep on-campus risks in check" was discussed by Dr. Steve Kussin on CBS Radio 880.
June 2018: Hofstra Law student Megan Foggia has one the firm's second annual Betsy Malik '87 Memorial Summer Fellowship in Health Law and Policy award. It is a $5,000 scholarship to Hofstra Law students. The program offered by Hofstra allows for a concentration in Health Law for select Law students.
May 2018: Associate, Jamie A. Rosen, has been selected 2018 Outstanding Woman in Law - Emerging Leaders by the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University.
May 2018: Carolyn Wolf was interviewed on WGN Chicago's Legal Face Off podcast regarding her quote in the New York Times article, "His College Knew of His Despair. His Parents Didn't Until It Was Too Late".
May 2018: Rochester Partner and Director of the Employment Law practice group, Sharon Stiller was honored with the Volunteer Legal Services Project William C. McKnight Volunteer Service Award hosted by the Monroe County Bar Association.
March 2018: Partner, Justin T. Kelton published an article in ModernRestaurantManagement.com titled, "Defending Against Bogus Online Reviews: A Guide For Bars And Restaurants".
February 2018: Sharon P. Stiller, was interviewed for The National Law Journal article titled, "US Appeals Court Ruling Highlights 'Evolving Nature' of Title VII Protections".
December 2017: Partner Frank Carone, was appointed Chair of the Committee on Transportation Law of the New York State Bar Association.
July 10, 2016: Howard gave a fundraiser for New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio.
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