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Settlement Negotiated in Friendly Fire Tragedy

The Salenger, Sack, Kimmel & Bavaro team negotiated a settlement in the tragic case of Nassau County police officer Geoffrey Breitkopf, who was killed by friendly fire in the line of duty. View CBS Coverage More coverage of the settlement negotiated by Salenger, Sack, Kimmel & Bavaro in the high profile case of a Nassau […]

Justice Served for Family of Police Officer Killed in the Line of Duty

Justice was served last week when we reached a settlement in the high profile case of Nassau County police officer Geoffrey Breitkopf, who was killed by friendly fire in the line of duty. While nothing can bring back a loved one, the settlement will allow Officer Breitkopf’s family to take comfort in justice served and […]

Partner Jeffrey Kimmel honored with a Leadership in Law Award. 

Jeff Kimmel was recognized as one of the top practitioners on Long Island by Long Island Business News.  Among Jeff’s many accomplishments are his victories for his clients, his giveback to his profession through mentoring and lecturing, his pro bono work on the Advisory Council for Nassau/Suffolk Law Services, and his fundraising efforts supporting various […]

Marvin Salenger Lends Expertise for ESPN story

When ESPN journalist Bob Pockrass was looking for expert insight on a high profile wrongful death lawsuit, he reached out to the Salenger Sack team. Check out this link to see what Marvin Salenger had to say. http://espn.go.com/racing/nascar/cup/story/_/id/13424375/what-expect-wrongful-death-lawsuit-tony-stewart

Six on NY Super Lawyer List

Six SSKB attorneys were named to the 2015 NY Metro Super Lawyer list–Marvin Salenger, Bob Sack, Jeff Kimmel, Joe Bavaro, with Carolyn Caccese and Ben Salk named to the Rising Stars list for New York Metro Super Lawyers.

LIBN Expert: The Deposition

“Proper preparation makes a difference,” says SSKB partner Joe Bavaro, lending his expertise to a Long Island Business News story. Training clients for testimony By: Bernadette Starzee May 21, 2014 Think of a deposition as a football game: The witness can’t advance the ball with his testimony, so his best hope is to keep the ball exactly […]

Sustained: LI Attorneys on the Art of Making Objections

By: Bernadette Starzee November 12, 2014 “Objection, your honor!” It’s a line that fans of shows like “Law & Order” and “Boston Legal” have heard hundreds of times. But while TV lawyers make objections look easy, it’s not so simple when there’s no script or retakes. “Young lawyers especially fear the use of objections,” said Jeffrey […]