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Reza Ebrahimi Featured in Newsday article, “5 Home-Buying Hacks for the Spring Housing Season”

It’s almost spring, the traditional start of the homebuying season.  Buying a house requires a lot of time and effort.  These “5 Home-Buying Hacks” can help make the process manageable and guide you to make the best decisions possible.  Whether you are in the market for your first house or your fifth, the process can be complicated. What should you be thinking about now?  Read the five tips: //nwsdy.li/2E1Hxx4

Partner Reza Ebrahimi is a business and real estate attorney with several years experience in commercial litigation in NYC and Long Island, giving him a unique and comprehensive set of skills, knowledge and expertise to successfully handle all aspects of real estate and business law.   Click here for Reza’s bio.

Daniel Bernard Appointed Vice-Chair of NYS Bar Association Trusts and Estates Section

Associate Daniel R. Bernard has been appointed the Vice-Chair of the New York State Bar Association Trusts and Estates Section Multi-State Practice Committee.

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Katerina Grinko Honored at LIBN’s 21st Annual 40 Under 40 Awards

Associate Katerina Grinko was honored at the 21st annual Long Island Business News  40 Under 40 awards dinner on Thursday, February 7th at the Crest Hollow Country Club.

The 40 Under 40 Awards celebrates future leaders of Long Island who have already begun to distinguish themselves in business, government, education, and the not-for-profit sector. Continue reading Katerina Grinko Honored at LIBN’s 21st Annual 40 Under 40 Awards

SUFFOLK CLOSEUP – Lisa Clare Kombrink Featured In The Southampton Press

Partner Lisa Clare Kombrink, Esq. is featured in Karl Grossman’s Suffolk Closeup, “Farmers Win Key Battle”in The Southampton Press.  Grossman highlights the work done by Kombrink and the law firm on behalf of the Suffolk County Legislature and the Suffolk County Farmland Committee.  The decision on appeal upholds the rights of farmers to build barns and install irrigation, fencing and other improvements on land preserved for farming under the County’s over 40-year old preservation program.  Continue reading SUFFOLK CLOSEUP – Lisa Clare Kombrink Featured In The Southampton Press