Cardozo Law School Recognizes Firm Pro Bono Efforts

Cardozo Law School has published an article on our firm initiative to provide free services to New York City small businesses affected by the Covid-19 Shutdown. Cardozo first-year law student Tyler Kamperschroer joined our team, and has made a significant contribution to the services that we have provided to clients. We're grateful to Tyler, and to all of the students and lawyers who have jumped in with us to lend a hand: Dove Barbanel, Steven Berlowitz, Tiffany Lo, and Noraan Sadik, we salute you!

New York's "Voidable Transfer" Act Goes Into Effect

New York's recently-enacted overhaul of fraudulent conveyance law -- now known as "voidable transfer" law -- went into effect this month. The law, which adopts the Uniform Voidable Transfer Act followed in many other states, liberalizes and standardizes the law with respect to creditors seeking to recover from debtors who have placed assets beyond creditors' reach in an effort to avoid collection. The new law promises to receive a lot of attention in light of current economic conditions. Our complete bulletin on this significant change is located here.

Stepping up for Small Businesses

In response to the COVID pandemic, Slarskey LLC has thrown open its (virtual) doors to provide free, pro bono legal advice to small businesses affected by economic disruption. We're offering free consultations to bakeries, cafes, shoemakers, barbers, boutique stores, professional services, and the like on issues related to vendor disputes, loan payments, rent non-payment, and insurance claims. We're excited to be assisted in this matter by a team of students from New York University Law School and Cardozo Law School, and encourage small businesses with questions to reach out at, or to our main number at 212-658-0661.

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