Paul is a founder and principal of Private Insurance Management Inc. (PIM) a company that creates, designs, and manages captive insurance companies across the country. His background as a practicing attorney leaves him well positioned to work with state regulators, captive insurance service providers, and PIM’s clients and their professional advisors. His strong background working as an attorney for many high-net-worth business owners allows him to understand their risk management and overall business planning and risk management needs. Paul currently serves as a Board Member and General Counsel for the Connecticut Captive Insurance Association. Paul’s legal background includes a focus upon estate planning and he regularly advised clients regarding sophisticated estate planning, tax planning, wealth transfer, and charitable giving strategies. He is also a frequent lecturer and educator whose presentations have been seen at professional organizations and colleges across the region. Paul has been featured in the New York Law Journal, Long Island Business News, Investor’s Business Daily, Nassau Lawyer, Suffolk Lawyer, New York Daily News, and Newsday’s Ask the Expert column, on topics such as business succession planning, estate planning, and various trust and estate administration issues. Paul has also been featured as a guest on various radio and television programs, including WBAB, WFAN, WRHU, and News 12 Long Island. Paul’s charitable works include the Midnight Run relief effort to bring food and clothing to New York City’s homeless and the Long Island Fight for Charity, for which he boxed in 2009 to raise money on behalf of several local charities. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of Camp Bronx Fund, a 501(c)(3) charity that raises money to send disadvantaged children to summer camp. He received his bachelor’s degree in psychology from Dowling College and his Juris Doctor from St. John’s University School of Law.