Omega Flex appoints James Dubin to its Board of Directors

– USA, PA – Omega Flex, Inc. (NASDAQ:OFLX) today announced that the Board of Directors appointed James M. Dubin as a director of the board of directors. Mr. Dubin has been designated as a Class 3 director, and will have a term expiring at the 2020 annual shareholder meeting.

Mr. Dubin is currently the Executive Chairman of Conair Corporation, a diversified consumer products company. He was formerly a partner and co-chair of the Corporate Department of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP (an international law firm based in New York City) until his retirement from the firm in 2012. He served for many years as a member of the firm’s management committee and as chair of its finance committee. Since his retirement he has engaged in private consulting work through Madison Place Partners, LLC. Mr. Dubin is on the board of Emmis Communications Corporation and serves on their executive, audit, corporate governance, and compensation committees. Mr. Dubin has served as a director or trustee on a number of corporate, non-profit and charitable organizations, including Carnival Corporation & plc, Lighthouse Guild International, National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts, and the American Ballet Theatre. Mr. Dubin has extensive experience in accounting, finance, and financial reporting, as well as being an attorney with a practice in corporate law, securities and mergers and acquisitions.

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