Media Source: Long Island Pulse
"This tough lady has previously been recognized as a “woman achiever against the odds.” In addition to maintaining the challenging professional schedule common to top attorneys, she is a member of US Senator Charles Schumer’s judicial screening committee, a member of the board of directors of the Long Island Association and on the board of trustees at North Shore LIJ, to name a few. Apropos of this category, litigation & dispute resolution are a forte of this managing attorney. Additionally, she steers strategic growth of her firm by chairing its management committee and is a former president of the Theodore Roosevelt American Inn of Court."
"Litigation is what most laymen think of when they think of law. And anyone who’s been married thinks he can do it. But how many could successfully navigate the largest companies in the world through the labyrinth of legal matters they face, whether it be complex commercial disputes, malpractice, health law, federal fair debt collection practices, insurance and so on? Never mind defending a $65 million shareholder derivative action—successfully—or a $25 million action against the largest casino operator in the world. Also successfully. And how about another $25 million of products liability favorably settled for one international manufacturer? Talk about big, the NFL loves him—and those guys are big. Juries love him, and often side with him. And Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, where he serves as chair of the litigation and dispute resolution department and member of the management committee, really loves him."