RMF Attorney Andrew T. Garbarino Panelist at HIA-LI Virtual Program “Leading a Remote Workforce: Through the Pandemic & Beyond”

Uniondale, NY – April 26, 2021 –Ruskin Moscou Faltischek, P.C., announced today that RMF attorney Andrew T. Garbarino will be a panelist for a HIA-LI webinar program titled “Leading A Remote Workforce: Through the Pandemic & Beyond” on Friday, April 30th from 12pm -1pm, sponsored by Custom Computer Specialists. If you are interested in attending, please visit https://www.hia-li.org/events/hia-lis-leading-a-remote-workforce-through-the-pandemic-beyond/

The panel members include, Suzanne McLaughlin, VP & General Manager NE, Custom Computer Specialists, Kyriakos Kaimis, VP & General Manager NY, Custom Computer Specialists and Valerie Traverzo, Director of Human Resources, Custom Computer Specialists. The virtual program will discuss topics on, keeping remote workers energized, ensuring remote workers are productive, security challenges of a remote workforce and how to manage a hybrid workforce.

Mr. Garbarino is a member of the firm’s Health Law Department, as well as the White Collar Crime & Investigations, Not-For-Profit and Cybersecurity and Data Privacy practice groups. Mr. Garbarino advocates for and advises various corporations, hospitals, law firms and individuals, including CEO’s, CFO’s, lawyers, bankers and members of law enforcement, as well as hundreds of physicians and healthcare professionals accused of (or victimized by,) criminal, professional or other misconduct.

Mr. Garbarino possesses significant experience dealing with regulatory authorities, including the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) and state authorities including the Office of Professional Medical Conduct, (OPMC), Office of Professional Discipline, (OPD), Workers’ Compensation Board and a variety of New York City administrative departments.  Mr. Garbarino has also counseled law firms and attorneys facing inquiries by Attorney Grievance Committees and addressed matters involving the New York State Commission on Judicial Conduct.

Articles by Mr. Garbarino have been published in the New York Law Journal, the Nassau Lawyer and Long Island Business News.  Mr. Garbarino is a member of the New York State Bar Association’s Dispute Resolution Section and Criminal Justice Section, where serves on the White Collar and Ethics Committees. Mr. Garbarino is also a fellow of the State Bar Foundation and is a member of the board of directors for the Association for Mental Health and Wellness.