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Matrimonial Law 2009: Day 2 - Boardwalk 2009
Published by New Jersey Association for Justice

This seminar was originally presented at the 2009 NJAJ Boardwalk Seminar in Atlantic City, N.J. The renowned program features nationally recognized presenters from throughout the United States lecturing on a wide variety of subjects important to trial lawyers. Subjects covered include Auto Insurance, Criminal Law, Medical Malpractice and many more. This seminar is co-chaired by Cary B. Goldman and Robert J. Durst and moderated by John S. Eory.

Dr. Amy Baker
Dr. Amy Baker is a nationally recognized expert in parent child relationships, especially children of divorce, parental alienation syndrome, and emotional abuse of children. Dr. Baker is available as an expert witness and for print, radio, and...More
Cary B. Cheifetz
Cary B. Cheifetz is a founding member and partner of Ceconi & Cheifetz, L.L.C., in Summit, New Jersey, where he devotes his practice to matrimonial and family law related matters. Mr. Cheifetz is Past Chair of the New Jersey State Bar Association's...More
Robert J. Durst
John S. Eory
John S. Eory is a Shareholder and Co-Chair of Stark & Stark’s Divorce Group. Mr. Eory limits his practice to divorce, custody, domestic violence and other family law matters. Mr. Eory is the Vice Chair of the New Jersey Supreme Court District VII...More
Hon. Joseph P. Testa, J.S.C.
The Honorable Joseph P. Testa is a retired Judge of the Superior Court, Family Part, having served in Cumberland, Gloucester and Salem Counties, New Jersey. Judge Testa is Of Counsel to Matrimonial Law Firm of Adinolfi & Goldstein in Haddonfield,...More
Hon. David Issenman, J.S.C.
Honorable David J. Issenman, JSC is a Superior Court Judge, Family Division, Union County, and sits in Elizabeth, New Jersey.Judge Issenman has been a member of the Union County Bar Association, the Executive Committee of the New Jersey State Bar...More
Richard M. Sevrin
Mr. Sevrin has been an Attorney at Law of the State of New Jersey, having been admitted to the Bar in 1970. Mr. Sevrin was also admitted to the United States Federal District Court of New Jersey in 1970 and has been admitted to practice law before...More
Steven M. Resnick
Steven Resnick is a graduate of both the Harvard and the Maryland Law Schools. He has engaged in more than thirty years of legal practice, including a broad range of complex civil and administrative litigation, the formation of both simple and...More
Robert Rosenbaum, MD
Robert Rosenbaum M.D.'s specialty is in Endocrinology, Diabetes Live Well Program and Internal Medicine. He received his BS from Columbia University in New York, NY, his MS from the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA, and his MD from...More
Originally Published
April 24, 2009

Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following titles and components:
  1. CLE Reminder
    • CLE Reminder
    • CLE Reminder
  2. Parent Alienation Revisited
    • Parent Alienation Revisited (Part One) - Audio
  3. Parent Alienation Roundtable
    • Parent Alienation Roundtable - Audio

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