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Good in Practice | Episode 24: Helping a U.S. Serviceman Spend More Time with His Child [PODCAST]

Good in Practice, Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s podcast focused on pro bono, released episode 24 titled “Healing a Family: Helping a U.S. Serviceman Spend More Time with His Child.” Good in Practice is hosted by Shareholder Caroline J. Heller, chair of the global law firm’s Global Pro Bono Program and commercial litigator in the New York office.

In this episode, Heller speaks to Shareholder Jennifer A. Surprenant and Associate Ryan Forman about how they helped an active member of the U.S. military obtain more access to his child. The group discusses how distance due to station locations can affect parent-child relationships and how the possibility of deployment affects custody decisions. They also explain how grandparents’ rights fit in and the importance of an extended family network.

 

 

©2022 Greenberg Traurig, LLP. All rights reserved. National Law Review, Volume XII, Number 110
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Caroline Heller, Greenberg Traurig Law Firm, New York, Litigation Attorney
Shareholder

Caroline J. Heller is an atttorney in the Litigation Practice of the firm's New York office. She is also Chair of Greenberg Traurig’s Global Pro Bono program. Caroline focuses her practice on complex commercial litigation and business disputes on a nationwide basis in the fields of professional liability, partnership disputes, securities litigation and entertainment disputes. She has litigation experience in federal and state courts and arbitration experience before the American Arbitration...

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Jennifer A. Surprenant Attorney Litigation Greenberg Traurig New York
Shareholder

Jennifer A. Surprenant is an experienced trial lawyer who focuses her practice on a broad range of commercial disputes in both state and federal courts. Over the last decade and a half, she has litigated over 30 trials and arbitrations to judgment. Though Ms. Surprenant maintains a diverse practice, she primarily focuses on disputes involving complex commercial contracts, intellectual property, products liability, mass torts, oil and natural gas, employment issues, and antitrust.

Ms. Surprenant’s clients are as diverse as her practice. She...

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Associate

Ryan Forman is an associate in the Real Estate practice of the firm’s New York office. Ryan represents clients in a broad range of complex real estate transactions, including, mortgage and mezzanine financing, joint ventures, and acquisitions and dispositions of hotels, office buildings, condominiums and other real estate assets.

Prior to joining the firm, Ryan represented developers, investors, and owner/operators in transactions and litigation involving rent stabilized and rent regulated multifamily properties.

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