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It’s Coming! Senior Tech Day hosted by Bay Ridge Center

It’s Coming! Senior Tech Day hosted by Bay Ridge Center

Senior Tech Day will bring the latest tech tools and innovations designed to help seniors and their caregivers.  Also instructors will explain how to use technology to help with everyday tasks. 

How-to Senior Sessions *Computers Made Simple* *Social Media for Seniors* *Smart Phone 101* *Smart TV Lessons*  *How to bank Online*
*Caretaker Aid Products* *Cool Senior Gadgets*
FREE REFRESHMENTS & BEVERAGES
LIMITED SENIOR BROWN BAG LUNCH

When: 
Saturday, June 24, 2017, 12PM – 5PM
WhereOur Lady of Angels, 7420 4th Avenue, Brooklyn NY 11209

For:
Seniors 55 + …and caregivers of all ages!
Why: Bay Ridge Center wants you to learn about innovative tech solutions, products, and services available for seniors and caregivers.

Co-sponsored by Community Board Ten’ s Senior Issues, Housing Health &Welfare Committee

For further information please call Bay Ridge Center at 718-748-0650, X115

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CUNY TV features Judith Grimaldi, selected as one of NY’s Wise Women by the National Association of Italian American Women

CUNY TV features Judith Grimaldi, selected as one of NY’s Wise Women by the National Association of Italian American Women

Watch Judith Grimaldi’s acceptance speech at The National Organization of Italian-American Women’s (NOIAW’s) annual Epiphany Celebration.

Click to play video and see what this Wise Woman has to say.

 

Judith Grimaldi, Esq.
Partner
GRIMALDI & YEUNG LLP
9201 Fourth Avenue, 6th Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11209
Tel:   718-238-6960
Fax:  718-238-3091
jgrimaldi@gylawny.com

Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce Shines Surprise Spotlight on Grimaldi & Yeung on Workforce Wednesday!

Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce Shines Surprise Spotlight on Grimaldi & Yeung on Workforce Wednesday!

Wednesday, January 25, 2017 – Grimaldi & Yeung LLP is honored to be featured in today’s Brooklyn Buzz, published by Adam Kilduff and the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce.

See the post here, highlighting Partner Regina Kiperman and Senior Associate Naomi Levin’s article for the New York State Bar Association on elder law and Medicaid.

 

GRIMALDI & YEUNG LLP INFORMATION:
Phone: 718-238-6960
Brooklyn and Manhattan Offices:

9201 4th Ave, 6th Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11209

80 Maiden Lane, Suite 304
New York, NY 10038

546 Fifth Avenue, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10036

Partner Regina Kiperman Receives Impressive Summary Judgment for Client

Partner Regina Kiperman Receives Impressive Summary Judgment for Client

Grimaldi & Yeung Partner Regina Kiperman successfully obtained a summary judgment in a contested accounting proceeding on behalf of an estate administrator who was alleged to have misappropriated and converted over $2.6 million dollars.

The estate and our law firm are very satisfied with this decision.

 

For more information, please contact estate planning attorney Regina Kiperman:
Phone: 917-261-4514
Email: rkiperman@gylawny.com
Or visit her at her new location:
Grimaldi & Yeung LLP
80 Maiden Lane
Suite 304
New York, NY 10038

And the Civic Award goes to….

And the Civic Award goes to….

On January 9th, the Bay Ridge Third Avenue Merchants honored Grimaldi & Yeung LLP partner Joanne Seminara.  She was bestowed the Civic Award at the Merchant’s 23rd Annual Champagne Reception to Honor Pioneer and Civic Award Winners. The Award is granted to those who have truly made a difference in our community. 

Honoree Joanne Seminara with Justin Brannan

Coming up…partner Judith Grimaldi is being honored by the National Organization of Italian-American Women as one of Three Wise Women at their Epiphany Celebration on January 17th at the Columbus Citizens Foundation Townhouse, 8 E. 69 Street, NYC.

Each year, the organization honors and celebrates the outstanding professional achievements of three illustrious Wise Women of Italian heritage. Past honorees have included Donna Corrado, Ph.D., LCSW, Commissioner, NYC Department for the Aging; Roma Torre, NY1 Mid-Day Anchor and Chief Theatre Critic; and Maria T. Vullo, Superintendent of the New York State Department of Financial Services.

The mission of The National Organization of Italian American Women is to unite and connect women through Italian culture and heritage; to celebrate the achievements of women of ltalian ancestry; to inspire and enrich members with shared interests in cultural programs; and to empower and advance the educational and professional aspirations of current and future generations.