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Representing Clients Before State and City Agencies - Tips and Techniques for Effective Criminal Advocacy



Provided By: New York City Bar

Approved for CLE credit in: AK,AZ,CA,ME,MO,ND,NJ,NY,WV

From the investigation of the State Executive Branch to the scrutiny of contractors involved in projects located within New York City, recent current events have demonstrated the importance of advocacy skills before State and City Agencies such as the State Inspector General's Office, the City Department of Investigation, the City Department of Buildings and the City Conflicts of Interest Board. Focusing on the investigative and/or regulatory authority granted to these and other State and City agencies, and examining the due process employed by those agencies, this program will provide practitioners with an understanding of the rules and manner under which these agencies operate, the ramifications for clients who are the subject of an agency inquiry and insights on how best to practice before these agencies.

This program was recorded on November 19th, 2008.

  • Introduction & Overview
  • Who Are the Agencies & What Makes Them Different
  • Who Are Your Clients
  • Advocacy Subject Matters
  • Process
  • Questions & Answers

    This program was recorded on November 19th, 2008.

  • CLE Credit Information

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    This program is has been approved for credit in AK,AZ,CA,ME,MO,ND,NJ,NY,WV

    Experienced attorneys only (non-transitional)

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    Panelist Biographies


    Proskauer Rose LLP


    Director of Enforcement
    New York City Conflicts of Interest Board


    Deputy Commissioner for Legal Affairs
    New York City Department of Investigation


    General Counsel
    New York State Commission on Public Integrity

    Barry Ginsberg is General Counsel of the Commission on Public Integrity. Mr. Ginsberg previously served as Assistant District Attorney in the office of Robert M. Morgenthau, where he was initially assigned to the Major Offense Career Criminal Program; he later became Chief of the Labor Racketeering Unit and Senior Investigative Counsel in the Rackets Bureau. Mr. Ginsberg joined the District Attorney's office after about seven years as litigation associate in a Chicago law firm. Mr. Ginsberg has also been a senior executive and counsel of several investigative and consulting services firms. He began his legal career as a staff law clerk for the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit. Mr. Ginsberg received his BA and JD from the State University of New York at Buffalo. He is admitted to practice law in the State of New York, among other jurisdictions.

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