Ever wonder what's going on with your former classmates? Welcome to Class Notes online where you can stay abreast of the latest professional activities and other important milestones in your classmates' lives. Visit often, as we are frequently updating the site, with information compiled from alumni, including news published in local and national media.
Nick F. De Martino relocated to Coral Gables, Florida after practicing law in New York for over 11 years. He is now a Commercial Real Estate Broker. His now deceased wife, Jean De Martino, wrote a book, The “Baby Lenore” Adoption Case: Strangers to the Blood, (1994), available through Amazon.com, about their experiences adopting two girls from the same adoption agency in Manhattan. One of the adoptions led to a highly publicized custody case which traversed the courts in New York and Florida and the United States Supreme Court and eventually changed the New York adoption law. (2/4/2013)
Sheldon Lobel, founder of the zoning, land use and real estate firm, Sheldon Lobel, PC, was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award by the National Committee for Furtherance of Jewish Education at its 72 Annual Awards Dinner in November 2012. The organization was founded to teach Torah to public school students through the Jewish Released Time Program and, today, is known for its crisis intervention services and its work with at-risk youth. Also honored with the Justice, Peace, and Truth Award was NYC Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly. (12/13/2012)
E. Leo Milonas, a partner in the New York office of Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, co-wrote an article, "The Serious Business of Appealing a Sanctions Order," published in the New York Law Journal (Aug. 26, 2013). Milonas concentrates his practice on complex commercial litigation, appeals, and in alternative dispute resolution. Before joining Pillsbury, he served as an Associate Justice of the Appellate Division of the New York State Supreme Court and as Chief Administrative Judge of New York State. (9/11/2013)