New York City attorneys failed to limit the city's liability for the 2003 Staten Island Ferry crash to $14 million. Now two of the firms that took the lead on the civil lawsuit over the crash -- Dougherty, Ryan, Giuffra, Zambito & Hession and Bosco, Bisignano, & Mascolo -- will ask an Eastern District of New York judge to compel every firm that has handled a civil suit related to the crash to give a portion of what they win to the two firms as compensation for their work on the limitation proceeding.
Firms on Staten Island Ferry Crash Cases Differ on Fees
New York Law Journal
March 20, 2007
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