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Michael Flomenhaft’s article on chronic pain and the brain featured on Law and Technology Resources for Legal Professionals (LLRX) Web Journal

The Flomenhaft Law Firm, PLLC appreciates the recognition of Michael Flomenhaft’s work on chronic pain and neuroscience by Law and Technology Professionals (LLRX) Web Journal. His article on chronic pain and the brain: “Emerging Imaging Science of Chronic Pain: Objectifying the Subjective,” submitted to the 2011 Second Circuit Judicial […]Read More >>

Benedene Cannata chaired a CLE conference entitled “Judge Alphabet Soup: Approach the Bench-A Collegial Discussion” sponsored by the New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers

Benedene Cannata chaired a CLE conference that featured perspectives from Hon. Eugene Pigott, NYS Court of Appeals, Hon. Joseph Valentino, Appellate Division 4th Dept, and Hon. Craig Doran, 7th Judicial District Administrative Judge. The judges provided guidance for trial and appeals success.  As a Dean of the New York State […]Read More >>

Fordham Law School appointed Michael Flomenhaft to its Board of Advisors for its new Neuroscience and Law Center

Our legal system is based on many longstanding ideas about the brain and behavior that current neuroscience contradicts and dispels. Recognizing the inevitable challenges that neuroscience poses to established legal doctrines, Fordham Law School has inaugurated the Neuroscience and Law Center. As a recognized expert on neuroscience and law, Michael […]Read More >>

Michael Flomenhaft was a featured speaker at the 2011 Second Circuit Judicial Conference on Neuroscience and the Law: Discussed Paper

At this conference at which Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg also spoke, Michael Flomenhaft discussed proving severe chronic pain by showing how the brain registers severe pain and how such pain damages the brain over time. Here is the paper Michael Flomenhaft delivered at the conference:The Emerging Imaging Science […]Read More >>

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