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For Digital Health Entrepreneurs or Advisors: Planning your First Critical Steps

Please join me at Jenkins Law Library for a virtual CLE discussion on the key issues to take into account as you plan and build...
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Please Join a Great Cohort of Women-Owned Start-ups to Discuss Building your Business

  Please join me and my sister-owned start-ups, as we navigate the Legal Basics for Starting a Business on February 17, as part of WBEC-East’s Jumpstart-Business...

Establishing a U.S. Entity – A Primer for Israeli Digital Health Start-Ups

Had a fabulous experience serving as faculty on the topic of Establishing a U.S. Entity  for Tel Aviv University's annual 4-day bootcamp, Health Care Technological Innovation –...
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Join This Week’s Virtual Legal Office Hours

Looking forward to counseling start-ups at Venture Cafe's virtual office hours this Thursday! Please sign up to join.  https://lnkd.in/eRb5C8Q

Enjoyed talking shop with Social Impact Entrepreneurs

Thanks so much to the 15 start-ups that joined the Zoom Fireside Chat to discuss how to take their start-ups to the next level!

Managing COVID-19: Impact on Your Legal Business

Women Owned Law Virtual Speaker Series, March 27, 2020 Enjoyed discussing the CARES Act and its impact on the new Subchapter V of the Bankruptcy...



Demystifying Bankruptcy: More on tenant tips

Filing for bankruptcy can help a tenant break a long-term above-market lease, as bankruptcy law provides the tenant with a special cap on damages at...
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Demystifying Bankruptcy: Filing for bankruptcy can never cause a contract default

For example, a typical clause in leases states that a tenant's filing for bankruptcy causes a default, allowing the collection of remedies.  This is merely...
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Demystifying Bankruptcy: Avoid “fraudulent transfers”

A salary raise by a distressed business entity for no services, or transfer of funds to a new entity for no value are prime examples...

Demystifying bankruptcy: Start your prep 3+ months ahead

Planning is key.  Payment by an insolvent entity for old debt is known as a "preference," and the creditor may have to disgorge in bankruptcy...

Wharton Student Comments 2018

Wharton Student Comments 2018
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Defending Homeowner’s Rights in Philadelphia’s Court of Common Pleas 2010

Philadelphia's Mortgage Foreclosure Conciliation Program https://vimeo.com/16462739


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