Classes

Mr. Klass speaks to organizations across the New York Metro Area. If you would like Mr. Klass to speak to your organization about an area of practice mentioned on this website, please contact the office.

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Klass presents “RPAPL Section 993: Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act” for the General Practice Section and Committee on Professional Discipline CLE program

January 28, 2020
Richard A. Klass will be presenting a lecture on “RPAPL Section 993: Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act” for the General Practice Section and Committee on Professional Discipline CLE program in New York City.

The program will be held on Tuesday, January 28, 2020 from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm with registration beginning at 8:30 am This program will take place during the 143rd NYSBA Annual Meeting and Exposition.

Registration for the program is available at www.nysba.org/AM2020GEN. Please feel free to tell your networks about this program.

In addition, Richard Klass has written a new book in his series “Your Court Street Lawyer’s Quick Reference Guide” on this subject. It is called Hug of War Instead of Tug of War: RPAPL Section 993: Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act. It will soon be available for download from his website at https://courtstreetlaw.com/publications/books/.

Daniel R. Antonelli, Esq., Richard A. Klass, Esq. and Kaylin L. Whittingham, Esq. at a Continuing Legal Education Program about Termination of the Attorney/Client Relationship: Prevention, Planning & Procedure.opens IMAGE file
Moderator Daniel R. Antonelli, Esq. (L), Speakers Richard A. Klass, Esq. (center) and Kaylin L. Whittingham, Esq. (R) at the Brooklyn Bar Association, October 20, 2015.

“Breaking Up is Hard to Do – Termination of the Attorney/Client Relationship: Prevention, Planning & Procedure.”

This Continuing Legal Education (“CLE”) Program was presented at the Brooklyn Bar Association on October 20, 2015. The moderator was Daniel R. Antonelli, Esq. and the speakers were Richard A. Klass, Esq. and Kaylin L. Whittingham, Esq. Follow opens in a new windowthis link to an article about the program, by Rob Abruzzese, in the Brooklyn Daily Eagle.

Carolyn Richmond, Esq. (L) with Richard Klass, Esq. at June 2015 CLE “The Do’s and Don’ts of Finding and Hiring an Associate” at the New York State Bar Association.opens IMAGE file
Carolyn Richmond, Esq. (L) with Richard Klass, Esq. at June 2015 CLE “The Do’s and Don’ts of Finding and Hiring an Associate” at the New York State Bar Association.

“The Dos and Don’ts of Finding and Hiring an Associate”

New York State Bar Association Law Practice Management and Continuing Legal Education Departments, June 11, 2015

Richard Klass, Esq. (L) with David Sarnoff, Esq. at June 2015 CLE “The Do’s and Don’ts of Finding and Hiring an Associate” at the New York State Bar Association.

Legal Issues Confronting Small Businesses

April 15, 2015, CLE

This Continuing Legal Education course presented an overview of the various legal issues confronting small businesses including: formation, business agreements, employee relations, collection/amounts receivable issues and IT/privacy matters. Moderator: Jeffrey Miller, Esq. Miller, Leiby & Associates, P.C. Faculty: Richard Klass, Esq. (Your Court Street Lawyer) and Gregory Lisi, Esq. (Forchelli, Curto, Deegan, Schwartz, Mineo & Terrana, LLP). Held at Trade Brooklyn at the Brooklyn Bridge Marriott.

Richard A. Klass in blue suit with colorful tie at the annual meeting of the New York State Bar Association's General Practice Section, February 23, 2015

Past classes and presentations have included: