Alan Milstein quoted in TIME magazine story entitled "Let College Football Player Ezekiel Elliott Go Pro" (1/13/15)
Attorney Rhonda R. Feld Appointed Chair of Burlington County College Foundation Scholarship Committee
Moorestown, New Jersey, February 18, 2015: The law firm of Sherman Silverstein is pleased to announce that Rhonda R. Feld, Esq. has been appointed the Chair of the Burlington County College (BCC) Foundation Scholarship Committee. According to BCC, the Foundation “oversees a comprehensive scholarship program for students. Click here to view the press release.
Lolio spoke on Trusts as alternatives to Wills for the National Business Institute
Shareholder John Lolio spoke on the topic of trusts as an alternative to wills as part of a Step-by-Step Guide to Drafting Wills and Trusts for the National Business Institute on June 4, 2014 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. This program is accredited for attorneys (CLE), Accountants (CPE/NASBA), financial planners and for IACET credit. Mr. Lolio addressed topics including when to recommend a trust over a will, types and functions of trusts, selecting trustees, choosing trust situs, trust funding basics, and sample forms.
Inaugural Penn Law Sports Law Symposium Focuses On “A Blurred Line” February 28, 2014, In Philadelphia
The inaugural Penn Law Sports Law Symposium at the University of Pennsylvania Law School on February 28, 2014 focused on the theme: A Blurred Line – Issues Surrounding the Transition from Amateur to Professional Status in Sports. The All-Star sports law faculty included Shareholder Alan Milstein on the day’s opening panel, “Why Amateur Status Matters,” moderated by Ken Shropshire. The panel also included Paul Haagen, Marc Edelman and Glenn Wong. Jim Delany, Commissioner of the Big Ten Conference, is the keynote speaker.
For more information on the symposium, including registration, CLICK HERE.
Milstein Featured In ESPN’s 30 For 30 On Maurice Clarett
Shareholder Alan Milstein was prominently featured in an ESPN 30 for 30 program, Youngstown Boys, about Ohio State football star Maurice Clarett and his college coach Jim Tressel. Milstein served as Clarett’s lead attorney in his antitrust lawsuit filed against the National Football League.