|Representing Clients Before New York City Administrative Tribunals|
Thursday, June 3, 2010 6pm - 8:30pm
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Learn how to represent clients effectively in City administrative tribunals such as the Office of Administrative Trials & Hearings ("OATH"), the Taxi & Limousine Commission ("TLC"), and the Environmental Control Board ("ECB"). Panelists include administrative law judges, agency attorneys, and lawyers who practice before City tribunals. This program will provide a comprehensive overview of the hearing process from how the agency prepares its case, and how to prepare for a hearing, to what to expect in the hearing (including the burdens of proof), presentation of evidence, what to expect from the decision, and appellate rights.
DAVID B. GOLDIN, Administrative Justice Coordinator, Office of the Mayor, City of New York
ROBERT M. BRILL, Law Offices of Robert M. Brill, LLC; JAMES A. BROWN, Brown & Gropper, LLP; JULIA R. CHRIST, Labor Counsel, MTA Bridges and Tunnels; SHERRY M. COHEN, Director, Court Unit, TLC; CYNTHIA D. FISHER, Law Offices of Cynthia D. Fisher; MARTHA IBIS-BLAKE, Director of the Trials & Litigation Division, NYC Department of Correction; CRAIG LEHNER, Administrative Law Judge, TLC; SCOTT MASON, Director of Tribunal Affairs, ECB; JOAN R. SALZMAN, Administrative Law Judge, OATH; AMY SLIFKA, Managing Attorney, Manhattan Office, ECB; ALESSANDRA F. ZORGNIOTTI, Administrative Law Judge, OATH
Committee on Administrative Law, Adrienne Ward, Chair
Administrative Judicial Institute at OATH; Office of the Administrative Justice Coordinator
2.5 skills credits. The fee is $50 for members, $75 for non-members.