Uniondale, NY – October 13, 2023 – Ruskin Moscou Faltischek, P.C., announced today that Managing Partner, Adam Silvers, will be named to the Long Island Business News 60 Most Influential Long Islanders. The Long Island Business News team has chosen regional leaders across a variety of industries whose influence has greatly impacted the Long Island community in a profound way.
“It is an honor to be included in Long Island Business News’ 60 Most Influential Long Islanders alongside colleagues and other influential individuals in the Long Island community,” said Silvers. “I am earnestly grateful for this recognition.”
In addition to Managing Partner, Mr. Silvers is also a member of the firm’s Corporate & Securities Department and Intellectual Property and Technology Group. Mr. Silvers long record of accomplishments as a sophisticated corporate and securities attorney resulted in his being named a partner of the law firm in 2003; he is one of the youngest associates ever named as partner with the firm.
Mr. Silvers regularly counsels both private and publicly-traded companies on a variety of legal issues. Over his career, Mr. Silvers has successfully handled a wide range of complex transactions involving mergers and acquisitions, public offerings, private placements and venture capital financings, joint venture and partnership agreements, corporate governance, as well as software licensing and development agreements, among other areas.
As a young associate, he took on legal matters of increasingly complex nature, and, partly as a result of his prior employment as in-house counsel for a high-tech corporation, took on the task of spearheading and growing the firm’s Technology Practice Group.
In 2003, Mr. Silvers cofounded the CFO Roundtable, a by-invitation-only monthly gathering of CFOs from Long Island’s leading private companies. At the meetings, CFOs share best practices and discuss mutual business issues. In guiding this new organization, Mr. Silvers has helped to create a stimulating, rewarding environment for attendees, while helping them develop important business networks and relationships. In recognition of his many accomplishments, Long Island Business News honored Mr. Silvers with its prestigious 40 Under 40 award in 2006 and in 2018; Mr. Silvers was inducted into LIBN’s Hall of Fame.
Mr. Silvers is a member of the Nassau County Bar Association, and has lectured before the Suffolk County Bar Association. Mr. Silvers has been a featured lecturer at a number of CLE programs on topics ranging from corporate governance, executive compensation, securities matters as well as intellectual property and software licensing issues. Mr. Silvers has written a number of articles, which have been published in the firm’s Corporate and Securities Update, including The Not-So-Quiet Period: How Statements During the Registration Period Can Halt an Initial Public Offering.
In addition, Mr. Silvers serves on the Board of Directors of the Long Island Association and as its General Counsel, and was involved with the American Heart Association, having chaired their annual Long Island Heart Ball Gala. Mr. Silvers also serves on the Board of Directors of Bethpage Federal Credit Union and previously served on its Board Supervisory Committee. Mr. Silvers previously served as both a board member and executive committee member of Child Abuse Prevention Services of Roslyn.
For over 50 years, Ruskin Moscou Faltischek P.C., headquartered in Uniondale, has built a reputation as one of the region’s leading providers of innovative legal services. Its attorneys are practical, experienced advocates who measure their success by their clients’ success. Cornerstone groups in all major practice areas of the law are represented at the firm, including corporate and securities, corporate restructuring & bankruptcy, commercial lending, commercial litigation, intellectual property, health care, real estate, employment, not-for-profit, cybersecurity and data privacy, energy, and trusts and estates. Clients include individual, large and mid-sized corporations, privately held businesses and institutions.
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