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Congratulations to Partner Michael Gruber, New President-Elect of WILG

Partner Mike Gruber being sworn in with the WILG Executive Committee.

Partner Michael Gruber is the new President-Elect of WILG, the Workers’ Injury Law & Advocacy Group. He joins a long list of partners at our firm who have served on WILG’s leadership team, including past presidents Edgar Romano and Catherine Stanton, who currently serve on the WILG board alongside Victor Pasternack.

Michael Gruber has been a workers’ compensation lawyer since 1996. In addition to litigating workers compensation claims, he oversees the Workers Compensation Appellate Division practice at the firm and has been successful in numerous appeals to the New York State Appellate Division, Third Department. In 2012, Mr. Gruber was named as the chairman of the Workers Compensation Committee of the Brooklyn Bar Association. He is also a member of the Injured Workers Bar Association and the Workers Compensation Alliance, organizations focusing on workers compensation issues in New York. He regularly lectures on workers compensation law to various labor organizations.

WILG is the national non-profit membership organization dedicated to representing the interests of millions of workers and their families who, each year, suffer the consequences of work-related  injuries or occupational illnesses and who need expert legal assistance to obtain medical care and other relief under workers’ compensation programs. To learn more, visit www.WILG.org

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Partner Michael Gruber Appointed Chair Of The Brooklyn Bar Association’s Workers’ Compensation Committee

Brooklyn Bar Association

We are proud to announce that our own Michael Gruber has been appointed Chair Of The Brooklyn Bar Association’s Workers’ Compensation Committee for 2012-2013.

Established in 1872, the Brooklyn Bar Association is a 2,000 member strong organization that works to enhance and improve the practice of law in Brooklyn, New York. It’s primary purpose is to promote professional competence among attorneys and increased respect for the legal system. It promotes access to the legal system through the Lawyer Referral Service which provides referrals for legal assistance in multiple practice areas. The Brooklyn Bar Association provides Continuing Legal Education, which enhances the skills, competence and ethics of it’s members. The belief that the administration of justice is achieved through the integrity, honor and courtesy of the members of the legal profession is the foundation of the Association.

The Workers Compensation Committee considers desirable changes and reforms in substantive law and procedures in the law of Worker’s Compensation.

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