"Vicious Propensities" with Respect to Establishing Negligence and Defenses to Dog Bite Claims and "Harboring a Dangerous Animal" as it Relates to Property Owner Exposure for Animals (Dogs) Owned/Kept on Property by Tenants.
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Under the final guidance, employers have been given until October 9, 2019 to provide the first training, which is an extension of the previously stated deadline of January 1, 2019.
The Lecture was held at the Robert H. Jackson Courthouse and featured a discussion on freedom of expression.
Recent amendments to New York’s Public Health Law have advanced the State’s agenda of increasing control over Licensed Home Care Services Agencies (LHCSAs), improving the quality and availability of LHCSA services, and decreasing costs to the Medicaid program.
The law takes effect on October 9, 2018 and requires all employers to train their employees by January 1, 2019.
The publication recognizes some of the most-respected Western New York lawyers.
Hurwitz & Fine attorney weighs in on how employers in NYS must comply with new regulations to combat sexual harassment in the workplace.
Employers should start reviewing the draft model guides and their current policies to determine what revisions are needed to comply with the new legislation and begin developing a training program to ensure they meet the January 1, 2019 deadline for training all employees.
Amber E. Storr was recently appointed to co-chair the Bar Association of Erie County’s Commercial and Bankruptcy Law Committee, in order to bring back a stronger focus on commercial law and commercial litigation.
Diane F. Bosse, Special Counsel, was recently elected chair-elect of the Council of the ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar.
The annual selections are made using a patented multiphase process that includes peer nominations, independent research by Super Lawyers, and evaluations from a highly credentialed panel of attorneys.
Hurwitz & Fine is pleased to announce that 10 of the firm’s attorneys have been selected by their peers for inclusion in the 2019 edition of The Best Lawyers in America.
Ann Evanko, President & Managing Member of Hurwitz & Fine, P.C., has made Buffalo Business First's Power 125 Women in Western New York, ranking #51.
Andrea Schillaci has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Buffalo Niagara Chapter of NAWBO.
Dan D. Kohane, Sr. Member, was elected VP of the National Foundation for Judicial Excellence (NFJE) in Chicago.
Hurwitz & Fine attorney weighs in on access to medical records in the Buffalo Law Journal.
The Buffalo News shares how Hurwitz & Fine attorney, Mike Perley, walked away with a victory for Niagara County.
James L. “Jamey” Maswick, an Attorney in our Lake Placid office, took first place for "Best Attorney" in the Adirondack Daily Enterprise’s annual Best of the Mountains 2018 Readers' Choice Awards.
In Foreman v. Henkin, the Court of Appeals ruled that a user’s designating her Facebook profile as “private” does not shield it from disclosure. Instead, objective standards of privacy dictate what is and is not discoverable. The account must still be relevant to be discoverable (such as when the plaintiff puts their pre- and post-accident condition or activity level in issue), and demands must be reasonable in scope, but the plaintiff cannot pick and choose what to disclose by labeling it “private.” See our summary here.