Bousquet Holstein and CenterState CEO Present: How Final Regulations Enhance Opportunity Zone Program Incentives

Event, News February 14, 2020
Bousquet Holstein attorneys Susan R. Katzoff, Jean S. Everett, and Julia J. Martin will join representatives from CenterState CEO to discuss the recently published final regulations for the Federal Opportunity Zone (OZ) program, benefits to investors, the types of eligible projects, as well as how to maximize the program’s benefits for your business. CenterState CEO will also present the

Bousquet Holstein Attorneys Present at International Startup Workshop at Syracuse University

Event, News January 25, 2020
Attorneys Anna Putintseva and Rebecca Cohen were guest speakers on January 22, 2020 at a free International Startup Workshop for the international and innovation community at Syracuse University. The event was hosted by the Blackstone LaunchPad powered by Techstars at Syracuse University Libraries. Participants learned how to: Help international students, as well as faculty and staff who work with them, understand

Bousquet Holstein Presents ‘The Age of Love’ Film Screening

Event February 15, 2018
Bousquet Holstein and Upstate University Hospital Geriatricians are proud to host a special film screening of ‘The Age of Love’, a 2014 documentary  by Steven Loring, that follows the comic and poignant adventures of thirty seniors who attend a Speed Dating event for 70- to 90-year-olds and seek another chance at love.  The film will be presented at

Did You Know? Truth, Consequences and Mechanical Doping – Sixth Issue

Presentation April 28, 2016
Prologue: Those who follow my articles regularly will note that this article is not the promised story about the best advice that I ever gave.  Sorry.  I will get back to that story later.  Promise.  This article does relate to advice in a way – just not mine.  This article is really about choices, consequences

Bousquet Holstein Announces 2016 Photo Contest Theme

Event, News April 11, 2016
Bousquet Holstein is excited to announce it’s 8th Annual Photography Contest for Syracuse City and Onondaga County high school students in grades 9 through 12.  The inspiration for this year’s theme again comes from an exhibit at the Everson Museum of Art. This year’s theme, Street Scenes, is based on the Everson Museum of Art’s exhibition: Helen Levitt: In the Street.