Clayman & Rosenberg continues to be engaged in groundbreaking legal work and service to our communities. Please read more about our recent accomplishments and highlights in this Firm Update.
James F. Valentino, a partner with Clayman & Rosenberg LLP, has been selected as a Rising Star by the New York Law Journal, which recognizes the region’s most promising lawyers 40 and younger. Winners were judged by an outside panel of experts and include individuals from some of the most prominent and largest law firms […]
Clayman & Rosenberg LLP partner Wayne Gosnell successfully obtained compassionate release from federal prison for his client Yunes Doleh, who was serving a year-long prison sentence for tax evasion. Federal prisons have experienced widespread COVID-19 infections of prisoners and staff since the onset of the pandemic. Mr. Doleh, like many other inmates, was at high […]
Kirshner to receive the Norman S. Ostrow Award for outstanding commitment to further the goals of criminal justice. Clayman & Rosenberg partner Isabelle Kirshner will be the 2020 recipient of the Norman S. Ostrow award from the New York Council of Defense Lawyers (NYCDL). Kirshner will receive the honor at the NYCDL Annual Luncheon in […]
Wayne E. Gosnell, Jr., spoke with Law360 to offer his perspective on why Fifth Amendment protections still apply even after an individual pleads guilty. A recent ruling for a former Volkswagen executive illustrates why and how the Fifth Amendment remains in force even after a guilty plea, a lesson that defense attorneys say is helpful […]
In a closely watched case that drew national attention, Clayman & Rosenberg partners Isabelle Kirshner and Wayne Gosnell secured a favorable sentence for a client charged with illegally distributing oxycodone, a painkiller at the center of the nation’s opioid crisis. The client, a prominent endocrinologist, originally faced up to 20 years in prison. He was […]
Partner Wayne Gosnell recently published an editorial in the New York Daily News calling out a campaign by law enforcement to challenge important changes to New York’s criminal justice system. The changes, set to go into effect on January 1, 2020, will profoundly impact how the rules of discovery will be implemented in criminal prosecutions. […]