By Charles F. Otey, Esq.
Brooklyn Daily Eagle
Some very expensive and timely legal advice will be given Monday night at a Brooklyn Bar Association public forum, where lawyers specializing in vital areas of the law will impart their expertise for free! Yes, no charge.
The public is invited!
This special public-service forum was started six years ago -- initiated under the BBA presidency of Diane Szochet -- has gone a long way toward helping the public to benefit from “the good that lawyers do.” (The theme of this column for the last 13 years.)
Fern Finkel,who will serve as moderator and leads the iniatiative reminds us of the importance of attending at Bar headquarters, 123 Remsen St. The program organizer is Jaime Lathrop.
The topic, "Co-op Living -- Know your Rights as a Shareholder and as a Renter.” Finkel's invitation stresses that "All members of the public are invited to attend (this) informational lecture on co-op law, share-holders rights ... under the Martin Act and the New York State Constitution.”