"How the New York State Commercial Rehabilitation Tax Credit (NYSHTC) spurred the rebirth of Buffalo development" in May 23, 2019 Buffalo Rising.
"Buffalo law firms aim to make inclusion commonplace" in May 20, 2019 Buffalo Law Journal
PRODUCT LIABILITY SPECIAL ALERT: Lease Runs Out on “Rental Market” Exception to Defense of Strict Liability Design Defect Claims
Product manufacturers and distributors can be relieved of strict product liability in New York from design defect claims where the manufacturer offered the product with an optional safety device and the purchaser chose not to buy it. Scarangella v. Thomas Built Buses, 93 N.Y.2d 655 (1999).
Why spend the extra money on this insurance policy when the loan policy will take care of any title issues which arise?
Attorney McCarthy was featured for her article on "How the Child Victims Act will Impact Public Schools."
The Erie County Bar Association awarded the James Otis Lecture Series with their highest award bestowed. The award honors Michael Perley (Hurwitz & Fine P.C.), U.S. District Judge William Skretny (Western District of New York), and Greg Peterson (Phillips Lytle LLP), for their work in the lecture series.
Now that spring is underway and many people are planning vacations, there are a lot of questions about liability, injury and coverage surrounding Airbnb.
Their article "Lecher Pays - Can Social Change Be Sped Up Via Legislation? A key provision of the recent tax-law overhaul, clearly written with #MeToo in mind, suggests it can" is featured in the Best Lawyers 2019 Business Edition - Women in the Law publication.
A power of attorney is an important tool in any life or estate plan, but it is critical to make sure that it achieves your objectives.
Attorney Anastasia McCarthy discusses additional points about the newly signed act.
"Listening is key in internal investigations" in March 15, 2019 Buffalo Business First and Buffalo Law Journal.
Connecticut Supreme Court Finds Unfair Trade Practices Act Not Preempted by Federal Law, Reinstates Sandy Hook Plaintiffs’ Suit Against Manufacturer
In a landmark ruling, a sharply divided Connecticut Supreme Court revived the Sandy Hook plaintiffs’ law suit against the manufacturer of an AR-15-type firearm that was used to kill 20 children and six educators at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut in 2012.
No profession is immune from the spotlight that the #MeToo era has placed on the upsetting history of sexual misconduct bringing a call for stricter policies and procedures to prevent misconduct and swiftly investigate the same.
Attorney David Adams featured in March 5, 2019 edition of the Buffalo Law Journal.
President/Managing Member Ann Evanko was named to Buffalo Business First's Power 250, which lists the most influential people in Western New York.
"What New York's Child Victims Act Means for Public Schools" in February 20, 2019 Best Lawyers Legal Insights.
"Child Victims Act extends statute, puts onus on institutions" in February 19, 2019 issue of the Buffalo Law Journal.
On Thursday, February 14, 2019, the Child Victims Act became law was signed by Governor Cuomo.
Hurwitz & Fine, P.C. Attorney Ann Evanko weighs on on why it's important to hire and consult with an employment lawyer for individuals thinking of suing on a complaint of sexual discrimination in this week's U.S. News & World Report.
Larry Waters was featured as this week's Emerging Attorney in the January 22, 2019 edition of the Buffalo Law Journal.