Category Archives: C. Oh No! Knowing you will have to sue

Defamation: if you’re defamed, should you sue?

I picked up this excellent advisory from a law firm, McNees Wallace & Nurick LLC, on Twitter. It covers what defamation is and what they explain to clients about suing–the whys and why nots. With so much naked stuff out … Continue reading

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Why NYC restaurant Moscow57 must sue Con Ed

It’s about the pelmeni–specifically, the pelmeni that just ravished me at Moscow57, a Russian-Central Asian restaurant and live music club on Manhattan’s lower east side. Now, a lot of you may be wondering why I, a professed commentator on lawsuits, … Continue reading

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Statute of limitations appeal: sexual abuse allegations against Yeshiva U

I’ve written about statutes of limitations a number of times previously and specifically about this case. Here’s a new example of the problem: Lawyer Seeks to Reinstate Suit Over Alleged Abuse Cover-Up at Yeshiva High – NYTimes.com. What’s especially notable … Continue reading

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