NEW YORK (PRWEB) August 06, 2013
Attorneys Harold N. Iselin and Joshua L. Oppenheimer from the international law firm Greenberg Traurig LLP, recently spoke on the topic of compliance with New York State’s new executive compensation and administrative expense restrictions. Iselin and Oppenheimer were joined by CPA Allan M. Blum of Loeb & Troper as part of a New York State Executive Compensation Breakfast Seminar which was held in Greenberg Traurig’s New York City office.
Iselin and Oppenheimer provided analysis on Executive Order 38 and provided information to entities that receive New York State funds to help them determine whether they are affected by the recently adopted regulations. They also provided information regarding steps needed in order to comply with the new regulations. Click here to listen to a recording of the event and read additional materials on the topic.
Iselin serves as co-chair of the firm’s Global Insurance Regulatory & Transactions practice and Managing Shareholder for the firm’s Albany office. He focuses his practice on governmental affairs and health care matters, representing diverse clients before the executive branch and state legislature. Additionally, Iselin handles complex civil litigation matters, litigating a broad range of civil cases.
Oppenheimer, also out of the firm’s Albany office, focuses his practice on governmental affairs and on issues relating to governmental ethics, lobbying laws and campaign finance. He has experience representing clients before the New York State legislative and executive branches, focusing mainly on legislation and regulation involving health, labor, environmental and transportation issues. Oppenheimer also provides political compliance counsel to corporations, nonprofit organizations, political parties, political committees, candidates and advocacy groups.
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