Eric I. Wrubel, Alexis Cirel and Leron Thumim Named to Best Lawyers 2023 Lists09/07/2022 | Best Lawyers
Eric I. Wrubel and Alexis Cirel Named Best Lawyers In America for the New York Area in 2023.
Warshaw Burstein Recognized as a 2023 U.S. News Best Law Firm, Tier 1 in NYC in Family Law
Partner Alexis Cirel was a panelist at the 2022 American Bar Association Family Law Section Spring CLE Conference05/24/2022
Last month, partner Alexis Cirel was a panelist at the American Bar Association Family Law Section Spring CLE Conference in New Orleans.
Partner Alexis Cirel Published in American Bar Association Family Advocate Magazine Fall 2022 IssueFall 2022
Family and Fertility Law Group Partner Alexis Cirel has been published in the American Bar Association Family Advocate Magazine Fall 2022 issue. Her article, "ART Parentage, Divorce and the Marital Presumption," discusses the legal presumption of parentage based on the marital relationship and its application in the context of assisted reproduction.
Legal Uncertainty after The Supreme Court’s Overturning of Roe v. Wade: What Remains Unknown and What Comforts We Can Take08/03/2022 | GoStork.com
Partners Eric Wrubel and Alexis L. Cirel have published an article on GoStork.com discussing the recent Supreme Court overturning of Roe v. Wade.
Alexis Cirel Joins Panel to Discuss How Overturning Roe v. Wade Impacts Fertility Care08/19/2022 | IVF Explained
Spring Medical, a fertility care provider with locations throughout the U.S. and Canada, hosted Alexis Cirel, the founding partner of the Fertility Law Group, for their second live panel in a series led by two of Spring’s Medical Directors, Dr. Monica Pasternak and Dr. Catha Fischer to discuss the impact of the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v Wade on fertility patients.
Alexis Cirel hosts Spring Webinar Series discussing Death, Divorce, and Assisted Reproductive Technology04/07/2022
On April 7th, partner Alexis Cirel appeared as the featured guest on Jonathan Shenkman’s Spring Webinar Series entitled Death, Divorce, and Assisted Reproductive Technology: Estate Planning and Family Law Considerations.