October 6, 2006
Seth P. Stein Panelist For Non-Profit Symposium
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Garden City, New York; October 6, 2006 — Seth P. Stein, a partner at the Garden City law firm of Moritt Hock Hamroff & Horowitz LLP, will speak at the Suffolk Academy of Law’s Second Annual Non-Profit Symposium on October 20, 2006 at the Huntington Hilton Hotel in Melville.
The full day conference will explore a multitude of issues encountered by non-profit organizations. Mr. Stein’s topic will focus on the areas of self dealing, conflicts of interest, and the responsibilities of members on the Board of Directors of non-profit organizations. Other topics include: Non-Profit Financial Management, Property Transactions, Fundraising and Marketing, Planned Giving and Advised Funds, IRS and Government Grant Audits, among others.
Seth P. Stein concentrates his practice in the area of not-for-profit law. A significant portion of Mr. Stein’s practice includes the representation of programs and agencies providing residential, educational, and day services to children and adults with handicapping conditions. Since 1980, Mr. Stein has acted as legal counsel and since 1988, as Executive Director, of the New York State Psychiatric Association, the professional specialty organization representing the practice of psychiatry in New York State. He also serves as legal counsel to the Alliance of Long Island Agencies, Inc. an association of not-for-profit agencies providing services to consumers with developmental disabilities and their families in both Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Mr. Stein received his Juris Doctor from New York University School of Law and is admitted to practice in the State of New York.