Eric C. Rubenstein Named to Town of North Hempstead Advisory Board of Business & Tourism Development Corporation

Uniondale, Long Island, New York, March 1, 2006 – Ruskin Moscou Faltischek, P.C. announced today that Eric Rubenstein, partner and co-chair of the firm’s Real Estate Department, was appointed to the Advisory Board of the Town of North Hempstead Business and Tourism Development Corporation by North Hempstead Supervisor Jon Kaiman.

“I am honored to join the Board of this organization,” said Rubenstein. “I look forward to working with the organization and hope I can make a contribution to their important work.”

The Town of North Hempstead Business and Tourism Development Corporation is a local development corporation formed to facilitate economic development, business development, job creation, and economic opportunities within the Town of North Hempstead.

In his professional capacity, Rubenstein manages a diverse real estate transactional practice with emphasis on sophisticated mortgage financing, commercial leasing, acquisitions and sales. Rubenstein also serves on the board of the Long Island Real Estate Group, is a member of the Long Island Business Development Council, and serves on the Real Property Law Committee of the Nassau County Bar Association. In 2005, he was featured in Long Island Business News’ “Who’s Who in Real Estate Law.”
For more than 35 yearsRuskin Moscou Faltischek, 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 & securities, financial services, commercial litigation, intellectual property, health care, real estate and trusts & estates. Through its independent arm, Island Strategies, lobbying services are provided at all governmental levels. Clients include large and mid-sized corporations, privately held businesses, institutions and individuals.