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Kevin Schlosser Presents CLE to Inns of Court

Litigation & Dispute Resolution
Event Date: February 3, 2009
Event Time: 5:00 PM
Topic: Undoing the Done: Contract? What Contract?
Type: CLE
Venue: Nassau County Bar Association
Meyer Suozzi’s Kevin Schlosser presented a Continuing Legal Education program to the Theodore Roosevelt American Inn of Court at the Nassau County Bar Association on February 3, 2009. The program, entitled “Undoing the Done: Contract? What Contract?” explored the doctrines of law affecting the enforceability of contracts. Other presenters on the panel were Hon. Fred Hirsh, Judge of the District Court in Nassau County, Eric Gruber, partner and head of the litigation department at Cooperman Lester Miller, LLP and Hofstra Law Students, Marissa Daidone, Adam Hiller, Shawn Hough and Frank Salamone. Kevin Schlosser is a Member and the Chair of the Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice at Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, P.C. Mr. Schlosser has been involved in all aspects of state and federal litigation since starting his legal career in 1984. An experienced civil litigator, he has engineered the legal strategy for a broad range of cases and arbitrations, including complex commercial disputes, business torts, professional liability and malpractice claims, construction law, real estate and landlord-tenant disputes, corporate and partnership disputes, ERISA, health law, Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act class actions, employment and restrictive covenants, products liability, insurance claims and defense, including disability insurance claims and the prosecution and defense of other tort-related claims. A proven appellate lawyer, he is also an accomplished trial attorney, whose victories include million-dollar recoveries and a record-breaking jury verdict. Mr. Schlosser is admitted to the United States Supreme Court, the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, the United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin.