Dean's Hour: The Interests of the Child and Parent in Tape Recording Conversations: The New Issues C


April 27, 2017

Nassau County Bar Association is hosting a 1 credit CLE program titled, "The Interests of the Child and Parent in Tape Recording Conversations: The New Issues Caused by People v. Badalamenti".

Thursday, April 27, 2017

Sign in: 12:30pm

Program: 1:00 - 2:00pm

$30 fee for members

$40 fee for non-members

The program is to discuss the Court of Appeals decision People v Badalamenti from April 2016. This case addresses the recording of children and the expectation of privacy in the criminal context. We will be discussing implications of the holding in criminal and matrimonial/family law issues from both the court and counsels’ perspectives.

OUR PANEL

Andrea M. Brodie, Esq.

Abrams Fensterman Fensterman et al LLP, Lake Success

Elizabeth S. Kase, Esq.

Abrams Fensterman Fensterman et al LLP, Lake Success

Patricia Miller Latzman, Esq.,

Mineola

Steven Maffei, Esq.

Nassau County Supreme Court—Matrimonial Center

Click here to register at the NCBA website.