Apr 18 2009

Hyperlocal Websites: Are Your Efforts Up for Grabs?

If you’re reading this, you probably know that it is rare that I go off topic at this blog.  It takes something pretty unusual, unexpected, or unfair to prompt me to do so.  But I encountered just such a thing earlier this week, when my good friend and neighbor was the victim of what I [...]

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Apr 11 2009

“Angela’s List,” and Other News from the 1st Dept, and Ct. of Appeals

One list you do not want to be part of, if you are a New York State lawyer, is Angela’s List. What is Angela’s List, you may be asking?  Angela is Angela M. Mazzarelli, Presiding Justice of the Appellate Division, First Department.  And she, along with her colleagues on that rarified bench just issued a decision [...]

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Apr 4 2009

Room for Improvement to Medical Malpractice Statute of Limitations?

One of the most disturbing aspects of litigating medical malpractice cases on behalf of plaintiffs is having to tell them their case, as meritorious as it may be, cannot be brought because the two and one-half year statute of limitations has passed.  Usually, the person has deliberated for too long about whether to bring a [...]

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