Who’s Who: Women in Professional Services – Stephanie M. Alberts

"A large part of my practice is estate planning. At the forefront of my practice is a focus on the client. As part of that focus, I concentrate on keeping current with changes to the tax law so that I can provide cutting-edge estate planning strategies. I also encourage clients to re-visit their estate plan every few years or when a significant life-event occurs and…

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Jane Chen of Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP Recognized by the Huntington Chamber

Jane Chen, an associate in the firm's Corporate & Commercial and Real Estate practice groups, was recognized at the Huntington Chamber's 'Celebrate Long Island's Young Professionals' event. A reception was held at Crest Hollow Country Club on May 7, 2019. Click here to read the story, which was published on page 15A of the June 4, 2019 paper. Reprinted with permission from the New York…

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Who’s Who in Real Property & Tax Certiorari Law – John V. Terrana

"In January 2019, Nassau County completed the first county-wide reassessment in eight years,” Terrana said. “Since then, I have been reviewing assessments, estimating taxes based on the new assessment and challenging same for existing, and many new, clients,” he said. “Laura Curran recently appointed me co-chair of the Nassau County Assessment Review Commission’s (ARC) 6-40 Review Committee, which will make recommendations to update and streamline…

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David Borkon Named a 40 Under 40 by the Long Island Business News

Uniondale, NY, January 3, 2019 — Partner David Borkon of Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP (the Firm) has been selected by the Long Island Business News for the 40 under 40 Award Class of 2019.  He was recognized for his leadership in business, and commitment to the Long Island community. David J. Borkon is a corporate attorney concentrating in business and transactional matters for a wide…

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Partner Elbert Nasis and Associate Lisa Casa Honored by the Long Island Business News With the Leadership in Law Award

November 29, 2018 --- Partner Elbert Nasis and Associate Lisa Casa were honored by the Long Island Business News with the Leadership in Law award. The award recognizes experience, dedication, hard work, skill, and excellence and is dedicated to those individuals whose leadership, both in the legal profession and in the community, has had a positive impact on Long Island. Elbert F. Nasis is a…

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John Bues of Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP Honored as a Kings of Queens

Uniondale, November 13, 2018 – Associate John Bues was honored by Schneps Communications, publishers of the Courier chain of newspapers which includes the Long Island Press, as a King of Queens. The Kings of Queens award honors men for their outstanding leadership as well as their contributions to the community. John Bues has extensive experience in real estate, banking, and corporate transactions and litigation. He…

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Andrea Tsoukalas Curto Named among Long Island’s 50 Top Women by the Long Island Business News

Uniondale, NY, October 18, 2018 — Partner Andrea Tsoukalas Curto of Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLP has been selected by the Long Island Business News for the Long Island’s Top 50 Women Class of 2018.  The award recognizes women professionals for their business acumen, mentoring, and community involvement.  Winners are selected by a judging committee that represents the most influential women in business, government, and the…

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Partner William F. Bonesso Honored by The Italian-Americans in Government, Inc.

Uniondale, October 2, 2018 – The Italian-Americans in Government, Inc. Honored Partner William F. Bonesso at its Annual Celebration of Columbus Day Dinner. William F. Bonesso has wide-ranging experience in the areas of land use and zoning, real estate and municipal law. A frequent lecturer at Continuing Legal Education seminars, Mr. Bonesso concentrates his practice in providing land use and development counsel, preparing and presenting…

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