Kaye Scholer lawyers were honored as 2009 Empire State Counsel by the New York State Bar Association ("NYSBA") at its annual Justice for All Luncheon on January 28, 2010. The NYSBA gives the honorific title "Empire State Counsel" to members who provide 50 or more hours of pro bono legal service to persons of limited financial means, or to not-for-profit, governmental or public services organizations that address those persons' legal and other basic needs. Empire State Counsel are also recognized on the NYSBA's website and by the New York Law Journal.
Kaye Scholer's Empire State Counsel are: Michael Bullerman, Nathan Cohen, Larissa A. Eustice, Daniel Hope (all Litigation, New York Office), Alison King (Counsel, Corporate & Finance, New York Office), Nicholas Kovner, Paul Margulies, M. Tomas Murphy (all Litigation, New York Office), Daniel S. Riemer (Corporate & Finance, New York Office), Abigail Langsam, Marisa A. Orlandi, Debra E. Schreck (all Litigation, New York Office), and Jay W. Waks (Partner, Litigation; Chair, Employment & Labor Law Practice, New York Office).
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