Program Highlights

On June 13, 2013, OATH’s Administrative Judicial Institute partnered with the Administrative Law Committee of the City Bar to co-sponsor a free Continuing Legal Education (CLE) accredited program at the City Bar Building entitled OATH - New York City's Central Administrative Law Tribunal: A Guide for Practitioners

The program drew nearly 200 attendees, including administrative law judges, tribunal administrators, government and private attorneys and advocates. Administrative Justice Coordinator David Goldin, who also served as the program moderator, kicked off the event with a brief presentation on the legal framework for New York City's administrative tribunals. Representatives from OATH gave descriptions of OATH's four tribunals and provided overviews of their respective procedures and practices. In the final and longest segment of the evening, AJC Goldin moderated a lively and engaging discussion involving experienced practitioners at the OATH Tribunals, from both the government and respondent sides, who shared practice tips for pleadings, discovery, pre-trial matters, settlement negotiations, the conduct of hearings, and more.

 

(From left to right) Harry Vee, Assistant Commissioner for OATH Health Tribunal; Ronald Abraham, Managing Attorney for Appeals and Training for the OATH Taxi & Limousine Tribunal; David Goldin, NYC Administrative Justice Coordinator;  Hon. Joan R. Salzman, Deputy Commissioner and Supervising Administrative Law Judge for the OATH Tribunal; Amy Slifka, Deputy Commissioner and Executive Director for the OATH Environmental Control Board Tribunal

 

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