The Tyron Garner Memorial Scholarship honors Tyron Garner, a pivotal LGBTQ+ rights advocate known for his role in overturning sodomy laws across 13 states in the historic Lawrence v. Texas case. The scholarship supports Black LGBTQ+ law students enrolled in ABA-accredited law schools. We invite and encourage those eligible for the scholarship to apply here.
The case involved a patient who underwent a surgery at our client’s facility and claimed permanent incontinence after suffering from complications. Andy and Betsy skillfully argued that our client treated the patient in full conformance with the standards of care, and the jury unanimously agreed. Great work, Andy and Betsy!
In the Medical Malpractice matter, Lindsey successfully resolved two separate claims against our clients, a medical center and an OB-GYN specialist. The claims focused on the alleged improper placement of a pigtail drain and allegedly failing to diagnose a ruptured appendicitis. As a result of Lindsey’s skillfully written motion, the court granted a dismissal in… Read more »
Diana-Marie had the privilege to moderate a panel discussion on the topic, “Building and Expanding the Pipeline in a Post SFFA v. Harvard/UNC World,” alongside Anna Maria Tejada – Saul Ewing, Kirsten Branigan – KS Branigan Law P.C., Robert Johnson – Gibbons P.C., and Cliff Dawkins – Rutgers Law School Minority Student Program. Reflecting on… Read more »
Andrew joined Owen Dacey of Rising Edge and Daniel Shamah of O’Melveny to discus the US bankruptcy process and the role of D&O insurance during bankruptcy. Check out the podcast here.
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Brennan has expanded his practice to represent the interest of our clients in the highest Court in the Country! Congrats, Brennan
The course went over trial strategies and best practices insurers can apply to neutralize an insured’s use of “reptile” theory and tactics in first-party insurance litigation. They also addressed what to do if the court overrules insurer challenges to reptile tactics and how to preserve the issues for appeal.
The first matter, venued in Bronx County, involved allegations against our client, a homecare agency who provided care to the plaintiff who developed a sacral wound after he was discharged from surgery. While the wound did not heal under our care, Christina was able to successfully argue that all appropriate care had been rendered and… Read more »
Michael will be working with our Employment Practices Litigation group. Welcome to the team, Michael