(White Plains, NY—May 24, 2016)… The Workmen’s Circle honored Joel S. Lever, Esq. founding partner of Kurzman Eisenberg Corbin & Lever, LLP, at its Golf Outing May 9, 2016 at the Fenway Golf Club in White Plains. The outing was attended by 225 people and raised over $200,000. Mr. Lever and his law firm have represented the Workmen’s Circle Nursing Home and its affiliated organization, The Workmen’s Circle Arbeter Ring, for almost 30 years.
“It is a privilege to be honored by such an esteemed organization that does so much for Jewish culture and the social fabric at large,” said Mr. Lever. “It is also a privilege and a pleasure to work with the incredibly dedicated and thoughtful people who lead the institution.”
The Workmen’s Circle, based in Manhattan, is a century-old Jewish cultural and social justice organization through cultural programing, education, and social action.
Joel S. Lever, Esq. is a founding partner of Kurzman Eisenberg Corbin & Lever, LLP, an AV-rated firm based in White Plains. Mr. Lever's practice includes corporate law, where he uses his considerable legal and negotiating skills to successfully represent clients in a wide variety of corporate and commercial transactions, including acquisitions, sales, mergers, financing, and other general corporate and commercial matters. In addition to his corporate work, Mr. Lever also devotes a significant part of his practice to art and entertainment law. He handles sophisticated transactions related to the purchase and sale of art, including institutional and private art lending, art licensing and publication transactions, auction, museum lending and art warehousing agreements. In addition, Mr. Lever handles complex like kind exchange agreements, negotiates multi-million dollar sales and purchases by museums, collectors and dealers and their related tax issues, as well as title and authenticity litigation. His clients include well-known visual artists, art collectors, art publishers, entertainment, and advertising executives as well as talent and their management. He is counsel to the Fine Art Publishers Association, a trade organization in the fine art industry.
Mr. Lever has been quoted on purchasing art at auctions in The New York Times, and was profiled by and has written for the Westchester County Business Journal. He speaks frequently on law firm management for the New York State Bar Association. He graduated from Boston University School of Law, and earned his B.A. from Syracuse University. He is admitted to the U.S. Supreme Court and all Federal and State Courts within the New York jurisdiction.
Kurzman Eisenberg Corbin & Lever, LLP was founded in 1985 to provide superior, sophisticated and cost-effective legal services to a broad range of individuals and corporate clients. The firm was designated in 2012 as one of the New York Area’s Top Ranked Law Firms® based on the number of attorneys at the firm with AV Preeminent ratings. The firm provides a full range of legal services in various practice areas, including corporate, litigation, real estate, art law, tax and trusts and estates, and the firm’s size and expertise in a variety of disciplines allows its lawyers to handle complex legal matters. The attorneys at Kurzman Eisenberg Corbin & Lever, LLP have impressive backgrounds and an extraordinary commitment to client service. For more information, the public is invited to visit www.kelaw.com.