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Rimon Law welcomes Intellectual Property attorneys Dr. Steven Colby and Robert Hayden as Partners to its Menlo Park office  

News April 15, 2020
Silicon Valley — Adding to its fast-growing Intellectual Property (IP) team, Rimon Law welcomes Dr. Steven Colby and Robert Hayden as Partners in its Menlo Park Office.   They will be joining from Royse Law where Dr. Colby was Director of IP Strategies and Mr. Hayden was

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Litigation Finance – A Modest Proposal

Insight John J. Hanley John J. Hanley · Douglas J. Schneller Douglas J. Schneller · January 23, 2020
Many lawyers have heard the one about the consultation with a new client.  Lawyer: “You have a pretty good case.  How much justice can you afford?”  It’s funny but it also distills a troubling reality – high stakes commercial claims are costlier to assert and the likelihood of success more uncertain than

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The End of Fine Art Experts? A Few Lessons Learned From The Recent Agnes Martin Litigation

Insight Sam Miller Sam Miller · July 18, 2019
Picture this. The Picasso that always hung in your childhood livingroom; a gift to your grandfather from a grateful gallery owner, liberated as your grandfather’s 264th Infantry Regiment worked its way through France in the dying days of World War II. As the years passed, and family generations moved on, the family puts the Picasso up for

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NTI 2019 Conference

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Host: NTI Location & Time: Four Seasons Hotel  3960 S Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas, NV 89119 Rimon Partner Patricia Annino will be speaking on "2019 Estate, Gift, Benefits and Retirement Planning Update (2 parts)." Click here to register. Patricia M. Annino is a partner in Rimon’s Trust and Estates Group. A

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For Better or for Worse: Spousal Rights in Retirement Plans

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Host: ALI-CLE and ACTEC Location & Time: Webcast 12:00-1:30 PM EST Why You Should Attend ​Rimon Partner, Lisa Weinstein Burns, will be presenting on spousal issues under common law relating to retirement plans. While the available tax incentives motivate more and more people to hold substantial wealth in qualified plans and individual

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FAE Estate Planning Conference

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Host: Foundation for Accounting Education, an NYSSPCA affiliate Location & Time: Citi Executive Conference Center  153 East 53rd St. New York, NY 10022 Rimon Partner Patricia Annino will be speaking on "The Power of Collaboration Among Professionals to Best Serve Clients." This session will be reviewing practical

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Rimon Partner Patricia Annino Speaking at the 20th Annual New England Estate Planning Conference

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Trusts and Estates Partner, Patricia Annino, will be part of the panel for this seminar addressing estate planning, trust administration and fiduciary litigation on Wednesday, May 8, 2019, from 9:30 am–4:30 pm. Patricia will discuss key issues and new developments in the areas of Irrevocable Trusts, Mediation, and State Income Tax. Learn more and

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Rimon’s Patricia Annino Presents at “Women’s Philanthropy for Women’s Health” Seminar

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Patricia Annino, Non-Profit Organizations and Trusts and Estates Partner, spoke at “Women’s Philanthropy for Women’s Health,” a donor event hosted by Partners In Health and part of its gala called “Evening for Equity” on April 2nd.   Patricia, being an expert on women’s wealth and philanthropy, focused on

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50 Points of Law - Estate Planning: Major Developments and Traps for the Unwary

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Rimon Partner Patricia Annino will be speaking as part of Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education's 50 Points of Law on the topic: "You Can’t Litigate Love—So Why Are You Trying? Establishing a Risk Management Policy Statement for Families." The days of gathering around the lawyer and “reading the Will” are long

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Fla. High Court OKs Victims’ Rights, Judges Ballot Proposal

News November 07, 2018
RIMON RAISES CONSTITUTIONAL CHALLENGES IN THE FLORIDA SUPREME COURT Rimon Partner, Harvey Sepler, challenged whether Florida voters should be presented with a ballot question amending the state constitution that was potentially confusing and compromised their right to a meaningful vote.  His was the first among several ballot challenges to

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