CLE: Annual Ethics Update 2016


A Review of Key Cases and Ethics Opinions

Sponsored by: Unishippers

CLE Credit: 3.5 Ethics


$ 120.00 – Members
$ 170.00 – Non-Members

Paul Pavlides, Esq. 
Chair, Grievance Committee
David H. Rosen, Esq.  Chair, Professional Ethics Committee


Pery D. Krinsky, Esq.
PERY D. KRINSKY is the principal of Krinsky, PLLC, where he focuses his Ethics-Based Defense Litigation Practice on Federal & State Attorney/Judicial Ethics Matters and Federal & State Criminal Defense Matters, including:  representing attorneys and law firms under investigation by disciplinary and other government agencies; providing guidance to lawyers concerning the day-to-day practice of law; representing disbarred and suspended attorneys seeking reinstatement; advising and representing members of the New York State Judiciary in matters before the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct; and assisting law school graduates in the admissions process.  Mr. Krinsky is a frequent lecturer throughout the State on topics involving ethics in litigation, personal and professional responsibility and academic integrity.  Mr. Krinsky serves as the Chair of the Ethics Committee of the Entertainment, Arts & Sports Law Section of the New York State Bar Association; and the Chair of the Committee on Professional Discipline of the New York County Lawyers’ Association.

Michael S. Ross, Esq.
Michael S. Ross is the principal of the Law Offices of Michael S. Ross, where he concentrates his practice in attorney ethics and criminal law. He is a former Assistant United States Attorney in the Criminal Division of the Southern District of New York and also served as an Assistant District Attorney in Kings County. Mr. Ross has been an Adjunct Professor at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law for thirty-four years, and has taught a variety courses in Criminal and Civil Litigation; Appellate Advocacy; Judicial Administration; and Professional Responsibility. Mr. Ross currently teaches Litigation Ethics at Cardozo Law School and, for the last nine years, he has taught Professional Responsibility at Brooklyn Law School. He co-founded Cardozo Law School’s annual two-week Intensive Trial Advocacy Program and for more than three decades has served in roles as the Executive Director, Team Leader or Instructor/Lecturer of the program.