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IP and the Legal Aspects of Entrepreneurship, Yeshiva University’s Innovation Lab

Sy Syms School of Business, Stern College for Women, March 25, 2020 Enjoyed teaching the women's cohort of YU's Innovation Lab! Thank you Maria Blekher...

Beyond Barnard: Advancing and Supporting the Careers of Women

Philadelphia, May 1, 2019 A great gathering and panel of women in various professions.  Loved the audience value-add and participation.  Continuing to be Barnard Bold!

Critical Legal Concerns Facing Entrepreneurs In the International Arena

April 9, 2019 The Joseph A. Lauder Institute, University of Pennsylvania  

IP and the Legal Aspects of Entrepreneurship @ Yeshiva University’s Innovation Lab

November 4, 2019 Enjoyed guest lecturing at Yeshiva University's emerging Innovation Lab! Thanks to Maria Blekher, for hosting!

Coming Soon! Key Legal Concerns Facing Entrepreneurs in the Digital Age

Jenkins Law Library CLE, upcoming on March 20, 2020! Please sign up on this link: https://www.jenkinslaw.org/cle/classes/key-legal-concerns-facing-entrepreneurs-digital-age  

Tips for Client Management of Financial Distress Issues: How can you help your business and individual clients who find themselves at risk?

Women Owned Law, December 7, 2018


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Subchapter V allows Cramdown of Collateral Value

In Pearl Resources, another case of first impression under Subchapter V, a Texas court confirmed a cramdown plan with a reduced collateral value.  Parsing a mix of...

Subchapter V has become a cost-effective bankruptcy lifeline for a business reboot

A group of mid-western businesses comment on their unique ability to reorganize under Subchapter V of the Bankruptcy Code in accordance with its intended goal to allow...
IC vs E

Uber and Lyft are Counting on Referendum to Override recent Appeals Court Ruling

As the Uber-Lyft talent saga continues, it is a fascinating legal phenomenon that a grass-roots referendum can override the decision of the highest court of...

Business Model for an Inclusive Remote Culture

Start-up, Ultranauts, a virtual data analytics company, has seemingly invented the secret sauce to an engaged corporate culture.  And it is willing to share.  Its...

US Credit Scores have gone up due to pandemic aid

In the latest report, consumers have prioritized paying their credit cards using the CARES Act's unemployment benefits and mortgage moratoria to fuel a rise in...

Digressing to the 1st Amendment to honor Justice Ginsberg

Taking a break from bankruptcy and business, I thought I would share this piece about the importance of donor anonymity supported by the late Justice...


The Values and Strengths that Orthodox Jewish Women Bring to the Workplace

JOFA Journal, Spring 2019

Jewish Debtor-Creditor Law: Does it Permit the Filing for Bankruptcy in the U.S. Courts?

Louis D. Brandeis Law Society Newsletter September 2011 http://brandeislawsociety.org/news?newsitem=jewish-debtor-creditor-law-does-it-permit-the-filing-for-bankruptcy-in-the-us-courts.

The Impact of Lay Leadership on Gender Issues in Jewish Day Schools

The JOFA Journal, Volume IX, No. 2 Summer  2011, Av 5771

Eikha Through the Voices of Women

The JOFA Journal, Volume VII, No. 2 Summer 2008, Tammuz 5768

FF&E and the True Lease Question: Article 2A and Accompanying Amendments to UCC Section 1-201(37)

American Bankruptcy Institute Law Review, Volume 7, No. 2 Winter 1999

PCS Licenses and The ‘Specter’ of Bankruptcy

6 CommLaw Conspectus: Journal of Communications Law and Policy 59 Winter 1998