If your teenager is planning to celebrate Valentine’s Day with a special someone be sure to talk to them about travel arrangements before they leave the house. Why? Research shows a single teen passenger can increase a teen driver’s crash risk by 44 percent.* There are three types of distraction that are directly tied to -->
Safety advocates from around the country seem to agree on the fact eating while driving should be illegal. Why? Because eating while driving, much like texting while driving, is a form of distraction. “The truth: Eating behind the wheel has proven to be just as dangerous as texting. If you’ve spent considerable time operating a -->
Brooklyn Law School’s 2015 Spring Publication features Managing Partner, and BLS alumnus, Andrew Finkelstein. The article touches on Andrew’s efforts to change the rules of the U.S. legal industry, and to continue to grow the firm his father, Howard Finkelstein, also a BLS graduate, founded. “Whether pushing the boundaries of technology or loosening the rules -->
January 15, 2015: BUSINESS BOOT CAMP: Managing Partner Andrew Finkelstein will be teaching an informal breakout session at the annual three-day Business Boot Camp for students at Brooklyn Law School on January 15th. The program provides them with insight into how to “think like a business person” as well as a lawyer. These sessions are -->
Managing Partner Andrew Finkelstein discusses the changes to distracted drivings laws and the increases in fines in New York State in this exclusive interview with Liz Bishop with CBS6 News in Albany.
Managing Partner Andrew G. Finkelstein details the firm’s background, personal attention and prompt service offered to their clients in this video on our YouTube channel. If you or a loved one has been seriously injured to due to someone else’s carelessness, contact us today for your free consultation.
Andrew Finkelstein discussed the issue of non-lawyer ownership of law firms in the U.S. One of the core elements that is broken is the ownership opportunities within law firms and their ability to partner with non-lawyers. Mr. Finkelstein discussed his attempt to break down these barriers by challenging the law in order to promote innovation. -->
Finkelstein & Partners is proud of its commitment to aiding Veterans in pursuit of their well-deserved benefits. An article, recently published in the Times Herald Record, discusses this: The Department of Veterans Affairs is meant to serve veterans, but when it comes to the disability process, the bureaucracy is notoriously ponderous. Until June 2007, veterans -->