McNees’ Andrew Rusniak to Speak at Half-Day Seminar for the Pennsylvania Bar Institute
August 15, 2017
LANCASTER, Pa. – McNees Wallace & Nurick attorney Andrew Rusniak will present: “Fee Agreements in Pennsylvania,” at the Pennsylvania Bar Institute (PBI) in Mechanicsburg, Pa. on Aug. 15 at 9 a.m.
Joining Rusniak for the live, streaming webcast, and simulcast presentation is John C. Howett from Howett, Kissinger and Holst PC, and Adam Wolfe from Shollenberger & Januzzi, and moderator Steve Richman from Markowitz and Richman.
Rusniak will focus on fee agreements in the context of estate planning, estate administration, and trust administration.
Other topics include how attorneys can refine standard forms, and the examination of a well-written fee agreement. Attendees will also receive a copy of the PBI Press Publication, Fee Agreements in Pennsylvania.
Rusniak is a member of the Estate Planning and Corporate & Tax practice groups at McNees and has extensive experience in the formation and operation of non-profit entities, including private foundations, public charities, supporting organizations and other tax-exempt organizations. He works out of the firm’s Lancaster and Harrisburg offices.
A graduate of George Mason University, The Dickinson School of Law of The Pennsylvania State University, and the Georgetown University Law Center, Rusniak is admitted to practice in the U.S. Tax Court and is a member of the board of directors of the Lancaster County Estate Planning Council. He is also a member of the American Bar Association (Taxation, Real Property, Trust and Estate Law sections), the Pennsylvania Bar Association, the Lancaster Bar Association, and the Georgetown University Law Center Tax LL.M. alumni interviewer.
Attendees of the program will receive three substantive CLE credits and one ethics CLE credit. For registration and more information on the presentation, visit the event page on the PBI website.