Tuesday, May 29, 2018
Cornell Law alumnus and business immigration attorney Rodney Malpert has been a partner at the respected immigration law firm Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy since 2008. Rodney Malpert is well-versed in employment-based immigration law and has been asked to share his expertise by a number of professional organizations, including the Council for Global Immigration (CFGI).
Over 230 organizations from various industries and sectors are members of CFGI. The nonprofit association has focused on employer-sponsored immigration policies and global human resource management since 1972.
CFGI addresses the priorities of large companies and universities by developing and advancing immigration policies that help attract highly skilled talent from around the world. The council advocates for fair recruitment policies and simplified hiring regulations for employers who consistently demonstrate compliance.
CFGI also creates informational guides to help HR departments and hiring managers understand and comply with U.S. immigration laws. The association is based in Alexandria, Virginia, and led by executive director Lynn Shotwell, a mobility expert with a background in immigration law.
Friday, May 18, 2018
A graduate of Cornell University with a law degree, Rodney Malpert serves as a partner at Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP, in Phoenix, Arizona. Alongside his role at the immigration firm, Rodney Malpert maintains membership in the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), which will hold its next Fall Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Conference on October 5, 2018.
The AILA’s next Fall CLE Conference will take place at the Kensington Hotel in London. The first ever AILA conference to be held in Europe, the event will feature two education tracks and allow participants to explore U.S. immigration laws in comparison to immigration laws in the European Union.
Session titles include Inside the Embassy and the Role of the U.S. Attorney; Nonimmigrant Visa Waivers: Overcoming Inadmissibility Obstacles and Delays; and Dollars, Pounds, and Euros: The Economics of the Global Practice of U.S. Immigration Law. Participants can earn at least seven CLE credits for each session they attend, with sessions lasting from 50 to 60 minutes.
Following the meeting, participants can enjoy all that the Kensington area of London has to offer, including museums, the Kensington Gardens, and even the new US Embassy.
To learn more about the AILA and its upcoming continuing education events, visit http://www.aila.org.
Thursday, May 10, 2018
Rodney Malpert serves as a partner at Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy in Phoenix, where he focuses on business immigration law and represents companies and corporate clients in a range of immigration-related legal matters. An attorney with a diverse background in immigration, Rodney Malpert has received recognition for his work by, among other things, being listed in Who’s Who Legal for eight consecutive years.
Who’s Who Legal identifies prominent legal practitioners across a range of business law sectors. The listing consists of leading private practice lawyers and consulting experts worldwide from more than 150 national jurisdictions. Designed to help clients find effective counsel and minimize transactional risks, the directory serves as a resource for companies and corroborates the reputation of third-part recommended attorneys. Furthermore, it creates a cross-discipline network of legal professionals.
The organization’s Corporate Immigration list features top corporate immigration attorneys with substantial experience in legal matters involving the immigration and naturalization process for skilled workers. Individuals included in the list use refined counseling advice and immigration planning to help corporate entities navigate jurisdictional regulations on a global scale.