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Founded in 1977, KIRSCHENBAUM & KIRSCHENBAUM, P.C., is one of Long Island's most prominent and well-respected mid-size general practice law firms. The firm continues its tradition of providing clients with legal advice and services of the highest quality and maintaining and fostering diversity in its practice. From representing a wide variety of large and small clients in many different industries, our attorneys have the hands-on experience and knowledge needed to handle almost any type of legal matters, whether litigation or transactional. 

We take pride in the success of our clients, and attempt to counsel and aid them in all respects of their business by hosting educational forums and more. Recently, we began The Alarm  Exchange, which serves as a valuable forum to the Security Industry.  To learn more  visit The Alarm Exchange.

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SECURITY ALARM LAW

Recognized legal experts in burglar and fire alarm law, our contracts for the alarm and security industry are in use throughout the United States and Canada.

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HEALTHCARE LAW

We counsel healthcare practitioners in regulatory compliance, transactional audit defense, licensure, litigation and general practice management matters.

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09/26/2013 -- Hands Free, Hands Off! New York Passes Driving Phone Use Prohibition

You may have noticed the large electric signs on our New York roadways have a new message: “Don’t Text While Driving. New Law. 5 Point Fine.” Upon first glance I dismissed this new message thinking it didn’t really apply to me. Little did I know I was Guilty as Charged! There is a huge misconception that I am sure most of you have made (as I did) that the new “Texting” doesn’t apply: (1) If you are not actually moving; or (2) if you are not actually “Texting”! The previous statement is incorrect, and I am taking this opportunity to address any misunderstandings by our community, and yours about the new “Texting” law.

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03/12/2013 -- The Battle of the Beverage: New York Court lets New Yorkers keep their super size sprites and venti mochas while limiting the power of the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

Certain power resides solely with the legislature, which is made up of elected officials whose duty it is to enact rules and regulations which coincide with the ideals of the people they represent. Not only does the sugary drink regulation fail because it violates the doctrine of separation of powers, but it is also obvious to anyone tracking this story that the action taken by DOH was entirely arbitrary.

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