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Senior Partner Christopher D. Kelley Forms Organization to Help Financially Disadvantaged East Hampton High School Students Prepare for College

RIVERHEAD, NEW YORK — Christopher D. Kelley, Senior Partner, Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP, has formed a nonprofit organization that provides financial assistance for local high school students preparing to go to college.

Mr. Kelley launched the East Hampton Level Playing Field Foundation (EHLPFF), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to helping rising juniors and seniors at East Hampton High School (EHHS) who need financial assistance for college counseling and standardized test preparation. EHLPFF also provides mentoring for students and advice for parents about the college application process and covers the costs of college visits.

Mr. Kelley, EHLPFF’s President and Founder, helped form the group after reading an article on two 2018 East Hampton graduates, Valedictorian Alexander “Nick” Sigua Pintado and Salutatorian Jonathan Gomez Barrientos, both of whom were immigrants whose families had very limited means.

“In the article, one of the students noted he was unable to pay for ACT/SAT coaching,” he said. “It occurred to us that, while we lavish so much scholarship money on graduating seniors to help defray college costs, there should be a role for assisting income-qualified students leading up to senior year, possibly beginning in sophomore year, to get into college.”

In August, EHLPFF awarded its first scholarships in the amounts of $3,000 to $10,000 to five EHHS rising juniors and seniors: Daniela Chavez, Judah D’Andrea, Rose Pillco, Jocelyn Prieto and Raymond Siguencia. “We wish to congratulate these students on being the first recipients of the EHLPFF scholarships,” Mr. Kelly said. “This will provide the needed financial assistance to those students looking to get into top-tier colleges.”

Donations may be sent to EHLPFF, 727 Accabonac Road, East Hampton, NY 11937. For students who wish to apply for a scholarship, or for more information, visit https://ehlpff.org. For more information on Twomey Latham, call (631) 727-2180 or visit www.suffolklaw.com.

 

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About Twomey Latham

Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP is a full-service law firm with five offices across Long Island. The firm’s practice areas include Business and Corporate Law, Labor and Employment, Insurance, Banking, Commercial Litigation, Taxation, Trademark and Copyright, Environmental Law, Real Estate Development and Transactions, Construction, Land Use and Zoning, Municipal Law, Personal Injury, Arts and Entertainment, Wills Trusts and Estates, Estate Litigation, Elder Law, Family and Matrimonial Law, and Not-For-Profit Law.

Dan’s Papers Names Firm Partner Bryan Drago to the PowerList of the East End

Bryan Drago

RIVERHEAD, NEW YORK — Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP has announced that Bryan Drago, a Partner with the Firm, has been named to Dan’s Papers PowerList of the East End. Mr. Drago was honored at a special ceremony that took place at Giorgio’s Baiting Hollow on July 20.

Mr. Drago concentrates his practice on estate planning, taxation, charitable giving and tax-exempt organizations, business succession planning, as well as elder law and long-term care planning. He has also handled multiple disclosures of unreported foreign investments with the Internal Revenue Service.

In March 2011, Mr. Drago joined the firm. Prior to joining the firm, he was a founding member of a publication based in Brooklyn, New York. He also worked as a Communications Designer for National Grid from 1999 to 2011.

Mr. Drago is a member of the New York State Bar Association. He earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Buffalo and his Juris Doctor from New York Law School.

The PowerList of the East End includes individuals who have made a significant impact in their field over the past year. Each one has played a role in making the East End the dynamic and thriving community it is today. Honorees include East End movers and shakers in the legal, art, fashion and media industries, to name a few.

For more information, call (631) 727-2180 or visit www.suffolklaw.com.

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 About Twomey Latham

Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP is a full-service law firm with a 65-person staff with over 30 attorneys, paralegals and legal assistants in five offices across Long Island. The firm’s practice areas include Business and Corporate Law, Labor and Employment, Insurance, Banking, Commercial Litigation, Taxation, Trademark and Copyright, Environmental Law, Real Estate Development and Transactions, Construction, Land Use and Zoning, Municipal Law, Personal Injury, Immigration, Arts and Entertainment, Wills Trusts and Estates, Estate Litigation, Elder Law, Family and Matrimonial Law, and Not-For-Profit Law.

Kevin Handwerker and Allison Singh Join Corporate Group of Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP as Of Counsel

Kevin Handwerker
Allison Singh

RIVERHEAD AND EAST HAMPTON, NEW YORK — Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP (“Twomey Latham” or the “Firm”) has announced that Kevin Handwerker and Allison Singh have joined the Firm as Of Counsel.

The addition of Kevin and Allison to the Firm’s Corporate Group adds two senior attorneys with decades of sophisticated corporate experience, both in-house and at AM Law 100 law firms.

Allison focuses on corporate and business law, including intellectual property matters and mergers and acquisitions (“M&A”).

Kevin concentrates his practice in corporate and business law, including capital markets, corporate finance, and M&A, as well as in real estate.

“The addition of Allison and Kevin to our Corporate Group,” said Scott Handwerker, Chair of the Firm’s Corporate Group, “further distinguishes us as unique in our size and capacity on the East End of Long Island. We are able to deliver the highest level of service and advice with the personal attention and fee structure only possible at a firm of our size.”

Prior to joining the Firm, Kevin served as Executive Vice President and General Counsel of GAMCO Investors, Inc. (NYSE: GBL) and Associated Capital Group, Inc. (NYSE: AC). Before joining GAMCO, Kevin was Managing Director at Neuberger Berman, LLC. During his tenure at Neuberger, he held the positions of General Counsel and Chief Administrative Officer and served on the Executive Committee.

Kevin began his legal career with Shearman & Sterling, LLP in Manhattan, where he practiced in the Securities, Corporate Finance and Real Estate Departments.

Allison has spent her career at the intersection of corporate and IP law, guiding established brands as well as startups on protection and monetization from concept to launch and beyond. Most recently, Allison served as Senior Counsel at Quality King Distributors, Inc., where she advised a broad portfolio of companies in the beauty, retail, e-commerce and logistics sectors. Allison handled various M&A transactions and general corporate matters, commercial real estate, trademark and copyright licensing, enforcement of IP rights and e-commerce issues.  Prior to working in-house, Allison practiced intellectual property law at Fross Zelnick Lehrman & Zissu, Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge, and Saidman DesignLaw Group.

Allison is admitted to practice in New York. She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree, cum laude, from Dartmouth College and her Juris Doctor degree from Georgetown University Law Center, cum laude.  She is also an author on a range of topics from law to Long Island history. Allison lives in East Setauket with her husband and two children.

Kevin is also admitted to practice in New York. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree from the University at Albany and his Juris Doctor degree from Fordham University School of Law. Kevin lives in East Hampton.

“I am absolutely delighted to join Twomey Latham and I look forward to helping the Firm grow its well-established corporate and real estate practices,” Kevin said. “I am especially excited to assist the Firm in expanding its work advising companies, given my extensive experience as General Counsel of several public and private companies. As a father, I am delighted to be joining my son, Scott, Chair of the Corporate Department, and support his continued success.”

“I am grateful for the opportunity to join a firm with such a depth of experience and long-standing client relationships, and I look forward to assisting our clients achieve continued success,” Allison said.

For more information, call (631) 727-2180 or visit www.suffolklaw.com.

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About Twomey Latham

Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP is a full-service law firm with a 65-person staff with over 30 attorneys, paralegals and legal assistants in five offices across Long Island. The firm’s practice areas include Business and Corporate Law, Labor and Employment, Insurance, Banking, Commercial Litigation, Taxation, Trademark and Copyright, Environmental Law, Real Estate Development and Transactions, Construction, Land Use and Zoning, Municipal Law, Personal Injury, Immigration, Arts and Entertainment, Wills Trusts and Estates, Estate Litigation, Elder Law, Family and Matrimonial Law, and Not-For-Profit Law.

Eastern Long Island-Based Trademark and Copyright Attorney Explains How Business Owners Can Protect Their Company Name or Brand

Kathryn Dalli

RIVERHEAD, NEW YORK — Kathryn Dalli, Partner, Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP, is available to speak on how business owners can protect their name or brand by obtaining a federal trademark registration.

Ms. Dalli says that registering a trademark for the name of a business or its brand with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office (USPTO) provides protection in all 50 states. However, there are certain instances where you will be unable to obtain a federal trademark for your business. “If your trademark conflicts with a prior registered trademark or one that has been applied for in your channel of trade — that is, your area of business — the mark cannot be federally registered,” she says. “Also, if your name is descriptive of the services you offer, you will be unable to obtain a trademark for each service on the USPTO’s principal register.”

Two other instances that may preclude a business owner from federally registering the company name or brand are if the business involves the sale of marijuana and cannabis products (which are illegal under federal law), and the company does not do business outside its locality.

“In these instances, in which you cannot get a federal trademark, it might be better to obtain a state registration of your mark, which affords some protection,” Ms. Dalli says.

Ms. Dalli urges those who apply for a registered trademark to be patient, but also to be proactive. “The review and application process can take a year or more, and there is no guarantee that your application will be approved,” she says. “It is also your responsibility to monitor the status of your application. If you are thinking of obtaining a federally registered trademark for your name or brand, the best advice is to seek the assistance of a trademark or intellectual property attorney.”

Ms. Dalli concentrates her practice in intellectual property matters, including trademark and copyright infringement and unfair competition, as well as complex commercial litigation, real estate and foreclosures. She is a member of the American Intellectual Property Law Association and a former Co-Chair of the Suffolk County Bar Association’s Intellectual Law Committee.

For more information, call (631) 727-2180 or visit www.suffolklaw.com.

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About Twomey Latham

Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP is a full-service law firm with a 65-person staff with over 25 attorneys, paralegals and legal assistants in five offices across Long Island. The firm’s practice areas include Business and Corporate Law, Labor and Employment, Insurance, Banking, Commercial Litigation, Taxation, Trademark and Copyright, Environmental Law, Real Estate Development and Transactions, Construction, Land Use and Zoning, Municipal Law, Personal Injury, Arts and Entertainment, Wills Trusts and Estates, Estate Litigation, Elder Law, Family and Matrimonial Law, and Not-For-Profit Law.

Air Force Veteran and Former Assistant Staff Judge Advocate Joins East End Law Firm as an Associate

Jacqueline Morley

RIVERHEAD, NEW YORK — Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP has announced that Jacqueline Morley has joined the firm as an Associate. She will concentrate her practice in real estate, zoning and land use, and environmental law.

Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Morley served as an Assistant Staff Judge Advocate (ASJA) with the United States Air Force at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, New Jersey. During her time with the Air Force, she prosecuted criminal cases within the service and supported the Air Force in the areas of government procurement law, labor law, and environmental law. Ms. Morley continues to serve as an ASJA with the New York Air National Guard in Westhampton Beach.

Ms. Morley earned a Master of Laws in Environmental Law, Concentration in Land Use and Sustainable Development from the Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University and a Juris Doctor from American University Washington College of Law. While earning her law degrees, she interned at a number of locations in Washington, D.C., including the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the U.S. Department of Justice, and the Inspector General’s Office for Prince George’s County Police Department in Maryland.

More locally, she worked as a Judicial Intern with the Honorable Anne Y. Shields, Magistrate Judge, Eastern District of New York and gained experience via summer internships with both the Kings County District Attorney’s Office, and the Queens District Attorney’s Office.

Ms. Morley is a graduate of Princeton University, where she earned her Bachelor of Arts degree. She is currently working towards her Master of Science in Environmental Science and Policy at Johns Hopkins University.

Ms. Morley is a member of both the New York State Bar Association and the Suffolk County Bar Association and is admitted to practice in the State of New York.

Originally from West Islip, she now lives in Westhampton. In her free time, she enjoys running, birding and playing golf.

“I am excited to join this Firm and I look forward to working with my new colleagues and the firm’s clients on their real estate, land use and environmental matters,” Ms. Morley said.

“We welcome Jacqueline to the Firm,” John F. Shea, Senior Partner, Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP, said. “Her unique experiences, both during her time with the Air Force and her internships during law school, have given her the tools she needs to be an outstanding attorney. We wish her the best of luck in her new position.”

For more information, call (631) 727-2180 or visit www.suffolklaw.com.

 

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About Twomey Latham

Twomey Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP is a full-service law firm with a 65-person staff of attorneys, paralegals, and support staff in five offices across Long Island. The firm’s practice areas include Business and Corporate Law, Labor and Employment, Insurance, Banking, Commercial Litigation, Taxation, Trademark and Copyright, Environmental Law, Real Estate Development and Transactions, Construction, Land Use and Zoning, Municipal Law, Personal Injury, Arts and Entertainment, Wills Trusts and Estates, Estate Litigation, Elder Law, Family and Matrimonial Law, and Not-For-Profit Law.

East End Law Firm Spreads Holiday Cheer by Donating Over 30 Meals to Island Harvest

Donations Help Local Families in Need

In giving back to the community this holiday season, Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP donated more than 30 meals to Island Harvest Food Bank. The donated food was picked up at East Wind Long Island in Wading River, where the Firm held its annual holiday party on December 17. By working together with East Wind and Island Harvest, Twomey Latham has helped feed local families in need, which continues a firm tradition of supporting food pantries.

 

Founded in 1992 by Linda Breitstone, Island Harvest has become Long Island’s largest hunger relief organization. The volunteers and staff deliver millions of pounds of quality surplus food — that might have otherwise gone to waste — to a network of 570 Long Island-based food pantries, soup kitchens and nonprofit organizations that offer feeding services for those in need. Since its inception, Island Harvest has delivered 130 million pounds of food, supplementing 108 million meals.

 

The donations signify Twomey Latham’s active involvement in the communities it serves, including pro bono services, charitable giving and volunteer work.

 

“The culture of caring and compassion extends to all areas of the Firm,” said David M. Dubin, Senior Partner, Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP. “We give back to the local community because we are the local community. It’s where we live and work. It’s where we raise our families. We are deeply involved because we understand the importance of being an active part of the Long Island community, especially during the holiday season. It’s at the core of the Firm’s philosophy and has been since our inception.”

 

For more information, call (631) 727-2180 or visit www.suffolklaw.com.

 

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About Twomey Latham

Twomey Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP is a full-service law firm with a 65-person staff of attorneys, paralegals, and support staff in five offices across Long Island. The firm’s practice areas include Business and Corporate Law, Labor and Employment, Insurance, Banking, Commercial Litigation, Taxation, Trademark and Copyright, Environmental Law, Real Estate Development and Transactions, Construction, Land Use and Zoning, Municipal Law, Personal Injury, Arts and Entertainment, Wills Trusts and Estates, Estate Litigation, Elder Law, Family and Matrimonial Law, and Not-For-Profit Law.

Twomey Latham Represents East Hampton Shucker Company in Launch of $1 Million Seed Funding Round

Twomey Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP (“Twomey Latham”) represented East Hampton Shucker Company (“EHSC”) in connection with the launch of its $1 million seed funding round.

EHSC, founded by John Nicholas, designs specialty kitchen tools and devices for shucking oysters, with both professional and home chefs in mind.

 

“We’re incredibly excited to introduce this market disrupting product,

John Nicholas

designed for both commercial and in-home use, that opens oysters faster and safer than any other device.  Our goal is to support the environmental multiplier effect by increasing oyster consumption while at the same time becoming a catalyst for more investment in oyster farms, which will clean more waterways globally,” Mr. Nicholas said.  “Twomey Latham continues to be a great partner for us.”

The Twomey Latham team was comprised of Scott Handwerker and Reza Ebrahimi.  “We are proud to partner with such a great company and founder,” said Mr. Handwerker.  For more information on Twomey Latham, call (631) 727-2180 or visit www.suffolklaw.com.

For more information on EHSC, write john.nicholas@easthamptonshucker.com or visit www.easthamptonshucker.com/.

 

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About Twomey Latham

Twomey Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP is a full-service law firm with a 65-person staff with over 30 attorneys, paralegals and legal assistants in five offices across Long Island. The firm’s practice areas include Business and Corporate Law, Labor and Employment, Insurance, Banking, Commercial Litigation, Taxation, Trademark and Copyright, Environmental Law, Real Estate Development and Transactions, Construction, Land Use and Zoning, Municipal Law, Personal Injury, Immigration, Arts and Entertainment, Wills Trusts and Estates, Estate Litigation, Elder Law, Family and Matrimonial Law, and Not-For-Profit Law.

Twomey Latham Represents Bloc Collective Limited in Launch of $1.5 Million Seed Funding Round

Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP (“Twomey Latham”) represented Bloc Collective Limited (“Bloc”) in connection with the launch of its $1.5 million seed funding round.

Bloc Collective Limited is a ready-to-drink canned cocktail company founded by Rob Dickens, who has a background in global advertising and marketing strategy, and Sebastian Tollius of the three Michelin Starred restaurant Eleven Madison Park. Bloc is launching in what Forbes called the fastest-growing alcohol sector and has created a unique emotion and community-based marketing approach.

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Rob Dickens (Photo by Clara Suh)

“We’re incredibly excited to be bringing forward not only a delicious, sessionable canned cocktail, but also a brand idea that helps support the cultural revival going on in big cities post-COVID,” Mr. Dickens said. “Twomey Latham is an essential partner for us, and their thorough approach has helped us create a fantastic foundation for growth.”

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Sebastian Tollius (Photo by Stephanie Quick)

“It’s an absolute privilege to partner with such a bright, young company just getting off the ground in a unique and exciting space,” said Scott Handwerker, who joined Twomey Latham as Of Counsel in October 2020 to help the firm grow its venture capital and emerging growth company practices.

For more information on Twomey Latham, call (631) 727-2180 or visit www.suffolklaw.com.

For more information on Bloc, write hi@bloc-collective.com or visit www.bloc-collective.com.

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About Twomey Latham

Twomey Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP is a full-service law firm with a 65-person staff with over 30 attorneys, paralegals and legal assistants in five offices across Long Island. The firm’s practice areas include Business and Corporate Law, Labor and Employment, Insurance, Banking, Commercial Litigation, Taxation, Trademark and Copyright, Environmental Law, Real Estate Development and Transactions, Construction, Land Use and Zoning, Municipal Law, Personal Injury, Immigration, Arts and Entertainment, Wills Trusts and Estates, Estate Litigation, Elder Law, Family and Matrimonial Law, and Not-For-Profit Law.

Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP Welcomes MaryKate Brigham as Its New Associate

RIVERHEAD, NEW YORK — Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP has announced that MaryKate Brigham has joined the firm as an Associate. She concentrates her practice in estate planning, trust and estate administration, elder law and real estate law.

MaryKate Brigham

Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Brigham practiced at a law firm in Cutchogue. While attending law school at the Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center, she was a Student Attorney with the Disaster Relief Clinic, assisting clients on Long Island in obtaining funds for repairing and rebuilding their homes following Superstorm Sandy. She also assisted with the Senior Citizens Law Program through the Suffolk County Office for the Aging, which provides legal assistance to low-income senior citizens.

Ms. Brigham is admitted to practice in the state of New York. She is a member of the New York State Bar Association and the Suffolk County Bar Association. She is also involved in the community, serving with the East End Lions Club and the Theta Phi Alpha Long Island Alumnae Association.

She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Sacred Heart University and her Juris Doctor from Touro Law Center. She resides in Mattituck.

“I am pleased to join the firm and look forward to working with my new colleagues and the firm’s clients on their estate planning, real estate and elder law matters,” Ms. Brigham said.

“We welcome MaryKate to the firm,” Steven Latham, Senior Partner, Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP, said. “We are continuing to expand our roster of experienced attorneys. Ms. Brigham’s diverse practice area experience will greatly benefit the firm in its efforts to provide the best possible legal services to its clients.”

For more information, call (631) 727-2180 or visit www.suffolklaw.com.

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About Twomey Latham

Twomey, Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP is a full-service law firm with a 65-person staff with over 25 attorneys, paralegals and legal assistants in five offices across Long Island. The firm’s practice areas include Business and Corporate Law, Labor and Employment, Insurance, Banking, Commercial Litigation, Taxation, Trademark and Copyright, Environmental Law, Real Estate Development and Transactions, Construction, Land Use and Zoning, Municipal Law, Personal Injury, Immigration, Arts and Entertainment, Wills Trusts and Estates, Estate Litigation, Elder Law, Family and Matrimonial Law, and Not-For-Profit Law.

Katerina Grinko Comments on President Joe Biden’s Executive Orders to Undo Previous Administration’s Immigration Policies

Katerina Grinko

RIVERHEAD, NEW YORK — Katerina Grinko, Attorney, Twomey Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP, says President Joe Biden’s plan to reverse the previous administration’s immigration policy will remove undue burdens placed on foreign nationals associated with obtaining green cards and becoming U.S. citizens.

On February 2, President Biden signed six executive orders in an effort to reform the nation’s immigration system. This included reversing former President Trump’s policies regarding asylum seekers, reuniting migrant children with their families by undoing the 2018 “zero tolerance” policy and creating a family reunification task force to be headed up by Alejandro Mayorkas, who was confirmed as the Secretary for Homeland Security the same day.

President Biden is also working towards scrapping the Migrant Protection Protocols, also known as the “Remain in Mexico” policy, which kept asylum seekers at the Mexican border while waiting for their cases to be heard at U.S. Immigration Court. He is also looking to get rid of the Trump administration’s “public charge rule,” which made it difficult for undocumented immigrants to obtain green cards if they were receiving government assistance.

While Ms. Grinko was glad to see the Biden administration take swift action to undo the barriers to citizenship, she says more needs to be done. “The biggest hope lies in opening a path to legalization for those noncitizens who live in the U.S. for many years, pay taxes and have no criminal history, such as Dreamers, those under Temporary Protection Status and immigrant farmworkers,” she says. “There is also a strong need to reduce the current substantial visa backlogs and delays. With immigration courts resuming their caseloads, and more assistance for asylum seekers and other vulnerable populations, there is certainly very much to be excited about.”

Ms. Grinko has a general practice with a focus on immigration, real estate, landlord-tenant, zoning and general business matters. She is a Member of the Suffolk County Bar and American Immigration Lawyers Associations. She represents children picked up at the border on a pro bono basis through her work with the KIND (Kids in Need of Defense) organization.

For more information, call (631) 727-2180 or visit www.suffolklaw.com.

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About Twomey Latham
Twomey Latham, Shea, Kelley, Dubin & Quartararo, LLP is a full-service law firm with a 65-person staff with over 30 attorneys, paralegals and legal assistants in five offices across Long Island. The firm’s practice areas include Business and Corporate Law, Labor and Employment, Insurance, Banking, Commercial Litigation, Taxation, Trademark and Copyright, Environmental Law, Real Estate Development and Transactions, Construction, Land Use and Zoning, Municipal Law, Personal Injury, Immigration, Arts and Entertainment, Wills Trusts and Estates, Estate Litigation, Elder Law, Family and Matrimonial Law, and Not-For-Profit Law.

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