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School gym class injury lawsuit dismissed

So here’s the thing: if your 8th grade kid trips over another student during gym class and gets hurt, it ain’t a personal injury lawsuit, according to a New York State higher court. You know, not everything is a lawsuit. … Continue reading

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When lawyers fight with each other over fee sharing

Split Panel Upholds Ruling in Fee-Sharing Dispute Ben Bedell, New York Law Journal May 22, 2015    A Manhattan appeals court narrowly upheld claims by two lawyers against a third in a fee-sharing dispute, ruling the pair was entitled to … Continue reading

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Huge jury verdict in NYPD shooting lawsuit

City Weighs Its Response to $25.2M Shooting Verdict Andrew Denney, New York Law Journal March 30, 2015    | The City of New York has yet to determine whether it will appeal a Brooklyn jury’s $25.2 million award to a man … Continue reading

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