By Brian J. Shoot | August 5, 2021
In this edition of his Construction Accident Litigation column, Brian J. Shoot discusses several Appellate Division rulings which, for one reason or another, are novel or noteworthy (or both). Two of the rulings have implications beyond the confines of construction accident litigation.
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By Ryan Tarinelli | August 5, 2021
NYSBA head T. Andrew Brown's statement did not mention Cuomo by name or title. Instead, in general terms it condemned sexual harassment and bullying as "shameful" and "reprehensible."
3 minute read
By William Ramos | August 5, 2021
An Appellate Division renewal motion based on a change in the law is a very useful appellate remedy available to practitioners to obtain relief when a change in the law may affect a prior adverse appellate ruling.
12 minute read
By Meghann M. Cuniff | August 5, 2021
Some of the most-heated questioning focused on a lawsuit actor Jim Carrey filed against the witness accusing him of falsifying lab records in an extortion attempt.
6 minute read
By Avalon Zoppo | August 5, 2021
If confirmed, Beth Robinson, an associate justice on the Vermont Supreme Court, would be the first openly LGBT woman on a federal appeals court.
4 minute read
By Bruce Love | August 5, 2021
Many law firms are staying silent on vaccine mandates or only "encouraging" vaccines, prompting questions about what the firm really stands for.
6 minute read
By Elena J. Voss and Samuel Estreicher | August 5, 2021
The OLC opinion explores the question of whether the current Emergency Use Authorization status of the COVID-19 vaccines would preclude public or private entities from mandating those vaccines. OLC concludes that it does not.
8 minute read
By Dan Packel | August 4, 2021
Two law firms in the last week have named new COOs while instituting long-term strategic plans. The simultaneous moves can allow firms to hit the ground running.
5 minute read
By Ryan Tarinelli | Jane Wester | August 4, 2021
"While it turns out the response was never published, I made it very clear that any response should never shame an accuser," Kaplan said in a statement.
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