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Jessica Rothman Speaks at the 2022 Commercial Observer Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Forum

On Thursday, November 3, 2022, Jessica Rothman will join other CRE experts for a candid discussion about the industry’s progress in creating diverse, inclusive, and equitable real estate communities!

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Ingram Attorneys Share Best Business Practices for Engineers at ACECNY Metro Meeting

Warren Friss, Sheila Di Gasper, and Robert Banner presented "Structuring Your Business With Non-Licensed Partners," as part of ACEC New York's Building a Better Business Seminar Series.

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Ingram Presents: "How to Structure your Architecture Firm When One of Your Partners is Un-Licensed" for AIANY

Partners Warren Friss, Melissa Billig and Sheila Di Gasper presented the legal program “How to Structure your Architecture Firm When one of your Partners is Un-Licensed.” for AIANY members.

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ACEC News

Robert Banner Moderates Risk Management Panel at 1019 ACEC Tri-State Conference

Robert Banner joins Jared Maxwell of Ames & Gough, Martin Schwartzberg of Marshall Dennehey Warner Coleman & Goggin, P.C. and Darren Black of Risk Strategies Company for a discussion on risk management strategies for engineers.

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NYBuild II

Jessica Rothman Discusses Significant Considerations for Owners & Contractors at NYBuild 2019

Construction & Design Partner, Jessica L. Rothman presents "Contracts for Construction: Significant Considerations for Owners and Contractors" at New York Build 2019.

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ACEC News

Robert Banner to Speak at ACEC Tri-State Conference

Robert A. Banner to present: Engineers Beware: There’s a New Trend Putting Engineering Firms at Risk at the ACEC 2019 Tri-State Conference.

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AIANY June 2019

Ingram Presents "How to Structure your Architecture Firm When one of your Partners is Un-Licensed"

New York takes the licensing of architects very seriously. Inaccurately structuring an architecture firm, as well as labeling it's employees, can have far-reaching consequences - from a fine, to suspension, to potential jail time.

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