Calvary Hospital Hosts 14th Annual Attorney Conference

Hospital Event Brings in New York’s Top Trusts & Estates Attorneys

BRONX, NY, October 2017 – Calvary Hospital hosted its 14th Annual Trusts and Estates Conference at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City. This invitation only event attracted more than 300 of New York’s most experienced trusts and estates attorneys. Over the past decade, Calvary’s attorney conference has earned a reputation as a must-attend event for trusts and estates practitioners.

            This year’s “Ethics for Breakfast” program, moderated by Former Surrogate, Bronx County, Hon. Lee L. Holzman, was entitled “I Want to Be Left Alone – Ethical Considerations in Dealing with Privacy and Confidential Issues in Estate Planning.”  The panel was comprised of:

§   Alison Arden Besunder, Esq., Arden Besunder P.C.

§   Anthony E. Davis, Esq., Partner, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, and

§   Janice J. DiGennaro, Esq., Partner, Rivkin Radler LLP.

            The conference is organized by Calvary’s Professional Advisors Council (PAC). The PAC was established by the Calvary Fund, Inc. in 2001 to assist the Board of Directors and staff in securing the financial support required to operate the country’s only acute care specialty hospital dedicated to the palliative care of patients with advanced cancer and other life limiting diseases. PAC members are volunteers from the legal, investment, accounting, insurance, and banking professions.

The conference was chaired by Michael M. Mariani, Esq., Consultant, Fiduciary Trust Company International. All attendees qualified to receive two CLE (Continuing Legal Education) credits in Ethics and Professionalism.


PHOTOCAPTION #1

Calvary’s 14th Annual Trusts and Estates Conference in New York City on October 16th attracted more than 300 of New York’s most experienced trusts and estates attorneys.  This year’s program, moderated by New York County Surrogate, Hon, Lee L. Holzman, was entitled “I Want To Be Left Alone – Ethical Considerations in Dealing with Privacy and Confidential Issues in Estate Planning.” Pictured (left to right) are: Frank A. Calamari, President & CEO, Calvary Hospital, Anthony E. Davis, Esq., Partner, Hinshaw & Culbertson, Alison Arden Besunder, Esq., Arden Besunder, P.C., Janice J. DiGennaro, Esq., Partner, Rivkin Radler LLP, Hon. Lee L. Holzman, Former Surrogate, Bronx County, Michael M. Mariani, Esq., Consultant, Fiduciary Trust Company International, and Dr. Thomas J. Fahey, Jr., Calvary Hospital Board of Directors.

 



 

PHOTOCAPTION #2 and #3

 

Calvary’s 14th Annual Trusts and Estates Conference in New York City was titled “I Want To Be Left Alone – Ethical Considerations in Dealing with Privacy and Confidential Issues in Estate Planning.” Pictured are a few photos from the conference.

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