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County May Be Liable for "High-Flying" Stop Sign

Improper road maintenance by municipal authorities often lead to otherwise preventable motor vehicle accidents. And not all maintenance issues involve the roads themselves. As one recent tragic case demonstrates, an improperly maintained road sign can be just as dangerous to ...

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Blog posts in March, 2015

  • Court of Appeals Rules Against Energy Companies in "Fracking" Dispute

    “Force majeure” is an important concept in contract law. Literally translated, it means “superior force,” and it refers to circumstances where a party ...

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  • Condo's Offering Plan Foils Developer's Attempt to Collect From Unit Owner

    For many years, New York City has tried to mitigate the high costs of housing by offering tax credits to owners of condominiums and other cooperative ...

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  • Court of Appeals Puts Landlords on Notice About Rent Control

    Rent control is an issue which bitterly divides landlords and tenants. Litigation is not uncommon between tenants who feel they have been charged more ...

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  • What Happens When You Can't Remember Your Automobile Accident?

    While multi-car, rush hour accidents tend to make big news, most automobile accidents only involve a single vehicle, often times on quiet roads where ...

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  • How Pre-Judgment Interest Can Be a Major Post-Trial Problem

    Pre-judgment interest is an often overlooked issue in personal injury cases. This refers to the interest accrued once a judgment is entered but before ...

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  • Understanding the Use of "Shell Companies" In Real Estate Transactions

    The New York Times recently published a major five-part series detailing the “stream of foreign wealth” that has entered Manhattan's high-end real ...

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  • Federal Courts Must Referee New York Mattress War

    We've all dealt with salespeople who are eager to talk down a competitor's product. But, how far can a salesperson go? This can be an especially ...

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  • What Happens When a Defendant Fails to Preserve Evidence?

    In any personal injury lawsuit, it is critical for all sides to preserve evidence that may be relevant to the case. An unscrupulous defendant may ...

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  • New York Court of Appeals Reverses $300M Summary Judgment in Contract Dispute

    Breach of contract cases often turn on the interpretation of precise language contained in the original agreement between the parties. Each party may ...

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