Hofstra University School of Law (J.D. 1998)
Hofstra Labor and Employment Law Journal
Publications: “The Family and Medical Leave Act: Unlocking the Door to the “Key Employee” Exemption,” Hofstra Labor and Employment Law Journal: 1998 Vol. 15: Iss. 2, Article 5.
Washington University in St. Louis (B.A. 1994)
New York (1999)
New Jersey (1998)
Activities and Affiliations
Vision Center Network of America
Neil Levinbook is licensed in both New York and New Jersey since 1998 and is the Managing Partner of the firm. Prior to starting the firm, he was Regional Counsel with Sprint Nextel where he managed the productivity and work product quality of the Northeast Legal Department as well as outside counsel for all aspects of the negotiation and drafting of all commercial leases, vendor service contracts and litigation. Prior to his tenure at Sprint Nextel, he held a similar position as the Lead Attorney for the Eastern Region at Metricom, Inc, a first-to-market wireless internet provider. Mr. Levinbook has a Bachelor’s Degree from Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri and a Law Degree from Hofstra University.
Since 2014, Mr. Levinbook has served on the Executive Committee of Vision Center Network of America, a clinically integrated network of ophthalmic ambulatory surgery centers.
Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center (J.D., magna cum laude, 1995)
Editor-Touro Law Review
Publications: Contributor, New York State Constitutional Decisions: 1994 Compilation, 10 Touro Law Review
State University of New York at Albany (B.A. 1992)
New York (1996)
Randi Seidner is licensed to practice law in New York since 1996 and is Senior Counsel of The Levinbook Law Firm, P.C. Prior to working with the firm, she was a per diem attorney and conducted legal research and drafted all legal documents from pleadings through summary judgment motions and memoranda, including appeals in personal injury matters, trust and estates, guardianship matters and real estate transactions. She has prepared contested and uncontested divorce judgments, articles of organization, articles of incorporation, and bylaws for corporations and other entities. She also researched, drafted and edited an article for New York Bar Association publication regarding guardianships and edited chapters for a book regarding guardianship law.
Ms. Seidner was an Adjunct Professor at Bramson ORT College, where she taught on-line courses in Immigration Law, Legal Research and Writing and Probate to students seeking their GED and Associates Degree for those enrolled in the paralegal program.
Boston College (BA 1997, magna cum laude)
Boston College Law School (JD, magna cum laude)
National Moot Court Competition Northeast Regional Champion
New York (2002)
United States Supreme Court
United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit
United States District Court for Massachusetts
United States District Court for the Southern District of New York
United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York
Activities and Affiliations
New York Unified Court System
Volunteer Arbitrator and Referee in New York County Civil Court
American Bar Association
Past Member of Standing Committee on the Revision of Standards for Providing Legal Services to the Poor and Indigent
New York City Bar Association
Member and Past Secretary of the Committee on Corrections and Community Re-entry
United States Tennis Association and Intercollegiate Tennis Association
Paul Montuori is a magna cum laude graduate of Boston College Law School where he was a member of the Northeast Regional Champion Moot Court Team. Paul has extensive experience in corporate transactions, commercial litigation and appeals. His clients have ranged across the spectrum of American society, from Fortune 500 Companies, to Grammy award winning recording artists, to national surety bonding companies, to construction contractors, to white collar criminal defendants.
After serving as a law clerk the Honorable Edward F. Harrington of the United States District Court for the District of Massachusetts, Paul practiced in the litigation department of a large multi-national law firm where his practice focused on civil litigation, corporate compliance, and in conjunction with the New York City Office of the Appellate Defender, post-conviction criminal appeals.
Paul has been a frequent presenter on legal topics and his works have appeared in the Western New England Journal of Law, White Collar Crime Reporter, the New York State Bar Criminal Law Newsletter, and ABA Newsletters. He has been quoted in periodicals such as the New York Post and Christian Science Monitor. Paul ‘s success at the appellate level has included representing a group of ERISA academics as amici in the United States Supreme Court ERISA case of LaRue v. Dewolff, in which the side supported prevailed 9-0 and representing the successful appellant in the New York Court of Appeals case of Newcomb vs. Middle Country Central School District, a benchmark decision in the area of municipal tort law.
Aside from his work in the law, Paul is also a certified tennis official and author, having written the children’s book “The Pumpkin Pies and the Pumpkin Puddings.”