Chasing Perfection in 2020
Fifty years since his death and Vince Lombardi’s words and legacy are still inspiring others. We believe that it’s not just about winning cases. Our goal is to make your company stronger and your life better, which allows you to “catch excellence.” We are continually working as a team to make our firm stronger, and in 2020 we will accomplish this in a big way.
Starting January 1, 2020, we will be changing our name to Bruno, Gerbino, Soriano & Aitken LLP. We’re proud and excited to announce that veteran attorney Richard Aitken, who has been a loyal member of the firm for 22 years and as partner since 2011, will play take on a bigger role in our firm. His bio can be found here.
“It is an honor to be recognized for the hard work and dedication to the firm and our clients over the past 22 years. I look forward to taking on the additional responsibility and working with our attorneys and support team to continue to diligently represent our clients,” said Aitken.
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Enhancing What We Do Even More
Expanding to Offer Real Estate Representation
In an effort to enhance what we already do, BG&S has added real estate law to its portfolio with the hiring of Michael Ferruggia.
For more than two decades he has provided the highest caliber of legal representation in the face of a fluctuating real estate market by remaining an actively engaged advocate, policy adviser, educator and industry trainer. Read his bio here.
Introducing Colleen Rappa
BG&S likes to find talent in unconventional ways—people who not only have legal education and experience but those who also demonstrate initiative and a willingness to help and bravely strive for more. Colleen is one of those people. Read about our new attorney here.
See You in Dallas in March
BG&S is gearing up for CLM 2020, the premier annual event for professionals in the claims and litigation management industries. We are proud to be chosen as a participant in a roundtable session. See you in Dallas in March! Read more.
To Give or Not to Give
Above the Law sifts through the act of giving in its recent article, “Charity Begins In The Home. Or Does It?”
In the News
The Biggest NYC Real Estate Stories Of 2019 from Bisnow
From the expansion of Hudson Yards to the pullout of an Amazon headquarters, 2019 was a year of big changes. Read more here.
BG&S Helps Academy Stretch East
BG&S not only has a passion for law. Fostering quality education for students is also a big priority. As a result of its pro-bono work, Lawrence Woodmere Academy (LWA), a nonsectarian private school on Long Island for whom founding partner Vince Gerbino is board chair, recently announced it is partnering with Hong Kong-based China Education Network and the investment firm, Kaisa to build and develop LWA Asia International School in Shenzhen, China. Shenzhen has been dubbed China’s Silicon Valley.
Courage from the most unexpected places
That small gesture that changes the face of how we think and treat people. On December 5, 1955, 42-year-old Rosa Parks after working a full day as a seamstress refused to give up her seat to a white passenger on a bus in Montgomery, AL. About a year later the Supreme Court ruled that segregation on city buses was illegal. Called “the first lady of civil rights” and “the mother of the freedom movement,” Parks became an important symbol of the modern Civil Rights Movement. She became an international icon of resistance to racial segregation. Read more.
20 Money-Saving Tips to Carry You into 2020
Read some money-saving tips from the Washington Post here.
Wishing you and your families a happy and prosperous new year!
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