Tag Archives: Experienced plaintiff

Comey and the value of keeping a record

I’ll admit it: I spent the entire day watching the drama on TV. I enjoyed it, particularly because it was a sort of trial, in which a powerful witness was directed and crossed by lawyers, some of whom were very, … Continue reading

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Statute of limitations and the EEOC

Although the headline in this New York Law Journal abstract sounds rotten, read on and you’ll understand this case is a warning about statutes of limitations. About which I’ve written pretty often, and often used bolded type. To sum up … Continue reading

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Another bad lawyer steals money from client

LI Lawyer Charged With Stealing $185K From Client Andrew Keshner, New York Law Journal March 30, 2015   A Long Island attorney was arrested and charged Friday for allegedly stealing more than $185,000 in personal injury settlement funds awarded to … Continue reading

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