• April 30, 2021 | The Mid Market Report

    Who Got the Work: An Injured Police Chief, a Wrongful Termination Settlement

    Burns & Levinson represented a police chief in his claims that his town did not allow him to return to work from injured reserve, Thompson Coe represented a public health care district as it reached a settlement in a wrongful termination suit, and other work from midsize firms.

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  • March 18, 2021 | Law.com

    Labor of Law: Pay Bias Case Partly Revived | New Worker Classification Suit | Who Got the Work: Apple Sues Ex-Employee | All the Major L&E Headlines | Polsinelli Expands L&E Prowess

    Welcome to Labor of Law, our labor and employment dispatch spotlighting big cases, key issues and developing trends.

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  • Appellate Division, Second Department:November 18, 2020

    Publication Date: 2020-11-20
    Practice Area: Civil Appeals | Criminal Appeals
    Industry:
    Court: Appellate Division, Second Department, Hand Down List
    Judge: Unsigned
    Attorneys: For plaintiff:
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    Case Number: DOCKET

    Appellate Division, Second Department:November 18, 2020

  • September 17, 2020 | The Mid Market Report

    Midsize Moves: A Family Law Attorney in South Carolina and a Bankruptcy Trio in Cleveland

    Haynsworth Sinkler brought on a new partner to its family law team in Greenville, South Carolina, Porter Wright added three bankruptcy lawyers to its Cleveland office, and other midsize moves.

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  • June 11, 2020 | The Mid Market Report

    Who Got the Work: A Cookware Class Action and a First Amendment Fight

    Hodgson Russ represents the manufacturer of a nonstick pan that a customer claims is faulty, Poyner Spruill defended a Jehovah's Witnesses inmate's right to worship in prison, and other work from midsize firms.

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  • Revitalizing Auto Communities Envtl Response Trust v. Nat'l Grid USA

    Publication Date: 2020-05-18
    Practice Area: Environmental Law
    Industry: Manufacturing
    Court: U.S. District Court for the Northern District of New York, U.S. - NDNY
    Judge: District Judge David Hurd
    Attorneys: For plaintiff: Attorneys for Plaintifs: Alan J. Knauf, Esq., Linda R. Shaw, Esq., Amy K. Kendall, Esq., Jonathan R. Tantillo, Esq., Melissa Valle, Esq., of counsel, Knauf Shaw LLP, Rochester, New York. Attorneys for Defendants National Grid USA and Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation: Yvonne E. Hennessey, Esq., of counsel, Barclay Damon LLP-Albany, Albany, New York. Attorneys for Defendants Carrier Corporation, United Technologies Corporation, and Carlyle Air Conditioning Company Inc.: Erick M. Sandler, Esq., Elizabeth C. Barton, Esq., of counsel, Day, Pitney Law Firm-Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut. Attorneys for Defendant Center Circles LLC: Longstreet & Berry, LLP, Martha L. Berry, Esq., of counsel, Fayetteville, New York. Attorneys for Defendant General Electric Company: Dean S. Sommer, Esq., Kristin Carter Rowe, Esq., of counsel, Young, Sommer Law Firm, Albany, New York. Attorneys for Defendant Bristol-Meyers Squibb Company: Bernard J. Garbutt, III, Esq., of counsel, Morgan, Lewis Law Firm, New York, New York. Attorneys for Defendant Bristol-Meyers Squibb Company: Glen R. Stuart, Esq., Adina D. Bingham, Esq., of counsel, Morgan, Lewis Law Firm-Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Attorneys for Defendants New Process Gear Corporation, Magna Powertrain USA, Inc., and New Process Gear, Inc.: John Joseph Kuster, Esq., of counsel, Sidley, Austin Law Firm-New York, New York, New York. Attorneys for Defendants Thompson Corners, LLC, 6181 Thompson Road, LLC, Thompson Lawn, LLC, and Thompson NW, LLC: John T. Kolaga, Esq., of counsel, Rupp, Baase Law Firm-Buffalo, Buffalo, New York. Attorneys for Defendants Metalico Syracuse Realty, Inc. and Metalico New York, Inc.: Albert J. Millus, Jr., Esq., of counsel, Hinman, Howard Law Firm-Binghamton, Binghamton, New York. Attorneys for Defendant Gardner Denver, Inc.: Daniel Flaherty, Esq., Daniel Narvey, Esq., of counsel, Godfrey & Kahn, S.C., Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Attorneys for Defendant Gardner Denver, Inc.: Gary S. Bowitch, Esq., of counsel, Bowitch, Coffey Law Firm, Albany, New York. Attorneys for Defendant ONX1 LLC: Donald W. O'brien, Jr. Esq., of counsel, Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP, Rochester, New York. Attorneys for Defendants Onondaga Pottery Company, Inc., Syracuse China Company, and Libbey Glass Inc.: Andrew C. Rose, Esq., Peter C. Trimarchi, Esq., of counsel, Nixon, Peabody Law Firm-Albany, Albany, New York. Attorneys for Defendant Amparit Industries, LLC: Lori E. Petrone, Esq., of counsel, Kenney, Shelton Law Firm-Buffalo, Buffalo, New York. Attorneys for Defendants Carrier Circle Business Complex LLC, Syracuse Lepage LLC, and North Midler Properties LLC: Michael A. Fogel, Esq., of counsel, Brown Duke & Fogel, P.C., Syracuse, New York.
    for defendant: Attorneys for Defendant Carrier Circle Business Complex LLC and Syracuse Lepage LLC: Patrick D. Donnelly, Esq., of counsel, Brown Duke & Fogel, P.C., Syracuse, New York. Attorneys for Defendant Telesector Resources Group, Inc.: Philip H. Gitlen, Esq., of counsel, Whiteman, Osterman Law Firm-Albany, Albany, New York. Attorneys for Defendant Western Electric Company, Incorporated and Nokia of America Corporation: David Venderbush, Esq., of counsel, Alston, Bird Law Firm-New York, New York, New York. Attorneys for Defendant Western Electric Company, Incorporated and Nokia of America Corporation: Meaghan G. Boyd, Esq., Geoffrey C. Rathgeber, Esq., of counsel, Alston, Bird Law Firm, Atlanta, Georgia. Attorneys for Defendant Lennox Industries Inc.: Charles T. Wehland, Esq., of counsel, Jones, Day Law Firm-Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. Attorneys for Defendant Lennox Industries Inc.: Allison L. Waks, Esq., of counsel, Jones, Day Law Firm-New York, New York, New York. Attorneys for Defendant Syracuse Deere Road Associates, LLC: Gregory M. Brown, Esq., of counsel, Brown Duke & Fogel, P.C., Syracuse, New York. Attorneys for Defendant Jagar Enterprises, Inc.: Linda E. Alario, Esq., of counsel, Linda E. Alario, Syracuse, New York. Attorneys for Defendants Calocerinos and Spina, and C& S Engineers, Inc.: Paul D. Sylvestri, Esq., Peter H. Abdella, Esq., of counsel, Harter, Secrest Law Firm-Rochester, Rochester, New York. Attorneys for B&B Family Limited Partnership: Joseph R. Talarico, II, Esq., of counsel, Talarico Law Firm, Fayetteville, New York. Attorneys for Defendant Hauler's Facility LLC: Edward A. O'Hara, III, Esq., of counsel, Office of Edward A. O'Hara, III, Syracuse, New York. Attorneys for Defendant Honeywell International Inc.: Lauren Cole Daniel, Esq., of counsel, Arnold, Porter Law Firm-DC, Washington, DC. Attorneys for Defendant Lockeed Martin Corporation: Steven T. Miano, Esq., Peter V. Keays, Esq., Robert A. Wiygul, Esq., of counsel, Hangley Aronchick Segal Pudlin & Schiller, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Attorneys for Defendant Northeast Management Services, Inc.: Douglas H. Zamelis, Esq., of counsel, Law office of Douglas H. Zamelis, Cooperstown, New York. Melody D. Westfall, Esq., of counsel, Westfall Law PLLC, Syracuse, New York.

    Case Number: 5:18-CV-1267

    CERCLA Recovery Action Dismissed; Plaintiffs 'Hasty' in Testing Expanded Territory

  • April 10, 2020 | The Mid Market Report

    Who Got the Work: Bed Bath & Beyond and an Oil Spill Cleanup

    Richards Layton is representing Bed Bath & Beyond in a transaction with 1-800-Flowers, Montgomery McCracken represents the owner of a vessel involved in an oil spill, and other work from midsize firms.

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  • November 1, 2019 | The Mid Market Report

    Midsize Firms Still Navigating 'Sea Change' on C-Suite Roles

    Which C-suite and business roles are vital to law firms? The answer varies by firm type and size, and will continue to shift over time. It's been a "sea change," one expert says.

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  • Appellate Division, Second Department: May 8, 2019

    Publication Date: 2019-05-10
    Practice Area: Civil Appeals | Criminal Appeals
    Industry:
    Court: Appellate Division, Second Department, Hand Down List
    Judge: Unsigned
    Attorneys: For plaintiff:
    for defendant:

    Case Number: DOCKET

    Appellate Division, Second Department:May 8, 2019

  • March 4, 2019 | Insurance Coverage Law Center

    West Bend Mut. Ins. Co. v. Ixthus Med. Supply, Inc.

    The Wisconsin Supreme Court has ruled that allegations in Abbott Laboratories’ complaint against Ixthus Medical Supply, Inc., alleged a potentially covered advertising injury and, as a result, triggered Ixthus’ insurer’s duty to defend under the commercial general liability insurance policy it had issued to Ixthus – and that neither a knowing violation exclusion nor a criminal acts exclusion applied to bar coverage.

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