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Victor Pasternack Teaches At Decision 2012

Senior Partner Victor Pasternack

On Friday, September 14th, our own Victor Pasternack will present at the New York State Trial Lawyers’ Association’s Decisions 2012: Recent Developments in Tort Law. The event reviews last year’s decisions, amendments and other changes in New York tort law. This is the 27th consecutive year the association has chosen Victor to give this presentation.

Also, Victor has written the program’s chapter on workers compensation, which is a testament to his standing among New York’s workers’ compensation attorneys and a valued way for him to give back to the community.

If you would like to attend, the session will be at:
The Prince George Ballroom
15 East 27th Street

New York City, NY 10010
Tel: (212) 471-0882

Online registration is available by clicking on this link.



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Victor Pasternack Inducted Into The Prestigious College Of Workers Compensation Lawyers

Victor Pasternack

Victor Pasternack

On Saturday, March 10th, Senior Partner Victor Pasternack was inducted in the Class of 2012 as a Fellow of the prestigious College of Workers Compensation Lawyers. Pasternack is the sixth Fellow from the state of New York. The induction ceremony was held at the College’s winter meeting in San Antonio. Senior Partners Edgar Romano and Catherine Stanton traveled with Victor to San Antonio to attend the induction ceremony.


College of Workers Compensation LawyersThe College of Workers’ Compensation Lawyers honors attorneys who have distinguished themselves in their practice in the field of workers’ compensation. Members have been nominated for the outstanding traits they have developed in their practice of twenty years, or longer, representing plaintiffs, defendants, serving as judges, or acting for the benefit of all in education, overseeing agencies and developing legislation.  Inductees have convinced their peers, the bar, bench and public that they possess the highest professional qualifications and ethical standards, character, integrity, professional expertise and leadership.  They have a commitment to fostering and furthering the objectives of the College and have shown significant evidence of scholarship, teaching, lecturing, and/or distinguished published writings on Workers’ Compensation or related fields of law.  In addition to these characteristics, a Fellow is expected to display the following traits in their day to day practice of workers’ compensation and related fields:

  • A Fellow stands out to newer attorneys as a model of professionalism in deportment and advocacy;
  • A Fellow has earned the respect of the bench, opposing counsel and the community;
  • A Fellow displays civility in an adversarial relationship;
  • A Fellow avoids allowing ideological differences to affect civility in negotiations, litigation and other aspects of law practice;
  • A Fellow demonstrates an active interest in resolving issues;
  • A Fellow is a student of the law;
  • A Fellow has a thirst for knowledge in all areas of the law that affects their representation of their clients in Workers’ Compensation or their duties in adjudicating cases brought before them;
  • A Fellow actively participates in the state, local and/or National Bar.

All Fellows take the following Oath.

“By accepting your Fellowship in the College you commit yourself to life long dedication to the maintenance of the highest standards of professional conduct, and scholarly pursuits; absolute integrity with clients, opponents, colleagues and the bench; to excellence in the presentation of law and fact designed to produce to the trier of fact and the decider of law the most reasoned of result; and to a demeanor which manifests respect for the legal process and its participants.”

Congratulations to Victor and his fellow inductees.

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Victor Pasternack to Speak at DECISIONS 2011, 9/9 – 9/10

Partner Victor Pasternack will be presenting on Workers’ Compensation at DECISIONS 2011 in New York City.

Keep abreast of the key developments in tort law by attending DECISIONS 2011. This annual event is the most comprehensive and effective way to review last year’s decisions, amendments and other changes in New York tort law

Prince George Ballroom

15 East 27th St., New York, NY
Member $420 | Non-Member $520 | Young Lawyer & Govt Employee $320

Lawyers who attend both NYC sessions will receive 13 credits, including 2 Ethics credits. Attendees will receive the Decisions 2011 book and CD-ROM.

Register here.

Register by September 2 and receive $30 off your registration fee.

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