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Katerina Grinko Interviewed on LTV of East Hampton

Associate Katerina Grinko recently appeared on Integrating Cultures, a program hosted by Walter Sanchez, on LTV of East Hampton.  Ms. Grinko spoke about the dynamics and complexity of immigration law, the important role of immigrants in our society, as well as the types of struggles and difficulties immigrant communities face every day.

Walking to End Alzheimer’s 2017

Several members of the law firm and their families and friends will be participating in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s on Saturday, October 14th at the Suffolk County Farm in Yaphank.  Last year the team raised $1,765 to aid in the fight against Alzheimer’s and support those affected by Alzheimer’s on the East End of Long Island.  Click on the link to go to our team’s fundraising page and learn more Walk to End Alzheimer’s

Craig Handler Honored as Guest Speaker for Local Community Group

Senior Litigation Associate, Craig H. Handler, was recently honored to serve as a guest speaker for a special event held at The Chai Center – Dix Hills, New York Jewish Center. Mr. Handler, a staff Judge Advocate with the New York Army Guard, spoke about a wide range of legal issues impacting the U.S. military, including the exercise of religious freedom for military personnel. Mr. Handler’s presentation highlighted the fundamental principle that all branches of the United States military are afforded the same rights to religious freedom, as are American civilians. However, Mr. Handler noted that members of the Armed Forces willingly surrender on a temporary basis certain free exercise rights when it impinges on military discipline and the successful completion of a military objective. The discussion involved a fascinating look at the rules guaranteeing religious rights to U.S. servicemen and woman, which are codified for the Armed Forces in Title 10, United States Code (USC), sections 3073, 3547, 5142, and 8067, and in Department of Defense Directive (DODD) 1300.17, “Accommodation of Religious Practices Within the Military Services,” which describes the commander’s responsibility to provide for religious accommodation.

Twomey Latham Announces 2017 Mattituck Community Service Scholarship

Martin D. Finnegan, partner with the law firm Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo LLP, was proud to honor Mattituck High School senior, Carter Montgomery, at the June 21 graduation rehearsal ceremony held at the high school.   As the recipient of the scholarship, which is offered each year to a student with outstanding credentials in the areas of community and public service, Mr. Montgomery may use the scholarship toward financing his higher education.

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Donald Mabry Joins the Firm Of Counsel

Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo LLP is pleased to announce that Donald Mabry of Shelter Island has become Of Counsel to the firm.

Mr. Mabry has litigated complex, high-value cases in state and federal courts throughout the country for over 20 years.  His clients have included large domestic and international corporations requiring representation in the context of multi-jurisdictional and coordinated litigation.  Before joining the firm he practiced with two national litigation firms in their Los Angeles and San Francisco offices.

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Twomey Latham Announces 2017 Riverhead Community Service Scholarship

Bernadette Tuthill, an associate with the law firm of Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP, was proud to honor Riverhead High School Kathleen Gregory at an awards ceremony on June 1 at Riverhead High School. Kathleen was the recipient of the annual scholarship offered by the firm to a student who has distinguished themself in the areas of community and public service.

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Twomey Latham Announces 2017 Southampton Community Service Scholarship Recipients

David Dubin, a senior partner of the law firm of Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP, and Alexandra Halsey-Storch, an associate, were proud to honor Southampton High School seniors, Irma Martinez and Sophie Rhind at an awards ceremony on June 8 at Southampton High School. The two were recipients of scholarships offered by the firm to students who have distinguished themselves in the areas of community and public service.

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