Joanne Seminara, partner of Grimaldi and Yeung LLP, was part of a panel discussion at the Sixteenth Annual Trust and Estate Conference, presented by Calvary Hospital. The panel's discussion was "What The Future May Hold: Ethical Issues Confronting Lawyers When Facing Difficult Circumstances in Their Practices."
The conference, held on Thursday, October 10th at the Roosevelt Hotel, was 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.
Photos from the event:
Calvary’s 16th Annual Trusts and Estates Conference in New York City was moderated by New York County Surrogate, Hon. Nora S. Anderson (center). Program participants (pictured left to right) included: Leah D. Hokenson, Esq., Sarah D. McShea, Esq., Anthony J. Enea, Esq., Judge Anderson, Erin Gilmore Smith, Esq., Joanne Seminara, Esq., and
William John Kane, Esq.
Joanne Seminara (on right) participating on panel of Calvary Hospital Sixteenth Annual Trust and Estates Conference