Steven Settles Settles Lawsuit Settlement
A lawsuit filed on Steven Harris’s behalf by his guardian and family has been settled; details are currently unavailable.
An agreement has been reached between a former Niskayuna surgeon and the government over allegations that his company, Union Orthotics and Pedorthics, submitted false Medicare claims.
Early Life and Education
Steven began his career at Union Settlement as a dropout prevention counselor and quickly rose through the ranks, eventually becoming director of youth services. In that capacity, he oversaw restructuring youth programs and increased funding for youth-specific initiatives.
He also helped establish new partnerships between community based organizations and cultural institutions. At Abrons Arts Center’s 2009 season premieres of two plays by Justin Bond and Banana Bag & Bodice at Banana Bag & Bodice were both listed by New York Times on their best theater list for 2009.
At the third Annual Town Hall Meeting for Lower East Side residents, hundreds gather to discuss housing, gentrification, jobs, education and public safety and policing issues. Public Advocate Tish James, Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer and State Assemblymember Brian Kavanagh all address the gathering of Lower East Siders.
Steven Setles has earned a national reputation as an outstanding attorney, successful entrepreneur, and dedicated family man. As one of Levin & Perconti’s partners he has played an instrumental role in growing the firm from three attorneys handling personal injury cases to over thirty attorneys today.
David also defends professionals such as lawyers, accountants, design and construction firms, investment advisers and broker-dealers/registered representatives in litigation, arbitrations (AAA and FINRA), regulatory proceedings and litigations (Ninth Circuit’s affirmation of dismissal of monopolization claims in case involving dynamic random access memory chips) and class actions for billions in damages seeking complete summary judgment wins in both.
Elaine has lived and worked in Battle Creek for an extended period, working in family preservation and support at Family and Children Services. Additionally, she regularly teaches Human Services classes at KCC where she imparts knowledge regarding behavioral modification, communication in helping relationships, culturally sensitive practices, etc. to her students.
Steven Levin is a successful attorney, dedicated family man, and acclaimed entrepreneur. He has amassed an outstanding reputation as a firm that can secure large verdicts and settlements on behalf of families affected by nursing home neglect, medical malpractice and personal injuries.
He is an attentive husband, father and grandfather who provides mentorship for many of the younger attorneys at his firm. Additionally, he was honored to participate as groomsman at his son’s wedding as well as speak at her rehearsal dinner rehearsal dinner reception dinner reception dinner rehearsal dinner reception dinner reception dinner for daughter.
His current legal dispute with Elaine Wynn centers around an alleged breach of shareholders’ agreement by Steve. Additionally, Steve has been embroiled in an issue with another former employee named Kazuo Okada.
Jess Settles, 46 years old and former basketball star at Iowa, remains involved with basketball today by coaching and broadcasting for Big Ten network. Additionally he engages in farming and enjoys an opulent lifestyle.
He is married to Joanna who played forward on Robin Becker-Pingeton’s Basketball Team at St Ambrose University before becoming head girl’s basketball coach at Mount Pleasant High School and they now have daughters named Jema, Josie and Julia.
He currently resides at Winfield Mt. Association Secondary School with his family and has amassed an estimated net worth of around $2 Million, leading a luxurious life as an accomplished businessman who owns multiple sports teams and invests in other businesses.