Buffalo Business First Profiles our Managing Partner Transition in "Hurwitz & Fine passing torch from Evanko to Briandi"
"Hurwitz & Fine elevates longtime attorney to managing partner" in February 18, 2020 Buffalo Business First.
Jody E. Briandi to become the law firm’s third managing partner in 43 years.
Buffalo Business First has named Ann E. Evanko to its 2020 Power 250 list.
Focusing on Community Association Board Representation and Condominium & Homeowners Association Offerings, this practice group helps guide sponsors and developers of condominium and homeowners’ association offerings through the process of preparing and filing their submissions with the NYS Attorney General’s Office and assisting clients in the drafting, review and revision of governing documents.
Attorney Lawrence C. Franco was appoved as Secretary of the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo, in addition to his position as a Director and also as Chair of the Audit Committee.
The law firm is listed as the #8 Largest Buffalo Law Firm as ranked by Business First.
Attorney Katherine L. Wood updates on an important employment law.
Attorney Lawrence M. Ross has been unanimously approved to serve a three-year term as a member on the Board of Directors of Crisis Services.
Michael F. Perley, Sr. Member and Treasurer at Hurwitz & Fine, P.C., was elected to the Board of the Erie County Bar Association Foundation, Inc. for a three-year term.
The Defense Trial Lawyers Association encourages fellowship among the civil defense attorneys in the Eighth Judicial District by facilitating the exchange of ideas, enhancing litigation and trial skills, and advocating for the civil defense bar to the administrators of the Eighth Judicial District and the Western District of New York.
For many retirees, their retirement account is their biggest asset and one that they spent decades growing, but major changes could be coming to these accounts thanks to the pending SECURE Act, which is expected to be passed into law by 2020.
The Right To Refill, Senate Bill S. 6813 and an analysis of a plaintiff’s right to litigate anonymously.
A pending bill was just introduced at the end of October 2019 that has some interesting implications on the restaurant industry. In addition, there are new rulings on issues arising under the Child Victims Act—recently, out of New York County, the Court engaged in a multifactor examination of a plaintiff’s right to litigate anonymously.
In a long-awaited decision, the Connecticut Supreme Court found that insurers do not have to pay to repair homeowners’ crumbling concrete foundations, absent an imminent danger of collapse.
UPDATE: The United States Supreme Court denied Remington’s petition for review, leaving in place a ruling by the Connecticut Supreme Court permitting a lawsuit to proceed against the gun manufacturer for the Sandy Hook massacre.
Ann Evanko, President & Managing Partner of Hurwitz & Fine, P.C., was featured this week on WGRZ-TV's "City Shapers."
Hurwitz & Fine, P.C. Ranked as a Tier One Law Firm in Seven Practice Areas in 2020 U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers
Hurwitz & Fine, P.C. is proud to once again be ranked as a Tier One law firm in seven practice areas by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers®. Our Tier One practice areas include Health Care Law, Insurance Law, Litigation - Labor & Employment, Mediation, Personal Injury Litigation - Defendants, Tax Law and Trusts & Estates Law.
Attorney Earl Cantwell is featured in the September/October 2019 CFMA Building Profits magazine.