In a Case of First Impression, the Connecticut Supreme Court Held that an Insurer Must Afford a Defense Where Coverage is “Uncertain”
Attorney Lee S. Siegel provides insight into the Supreme Court of Connecticut case, Nash Street, LLC v. Main Street America Assurance Co.
The Daily Record has selected Hurwitz & Fine Attorney Michael F. Perley to receive a 2020 Attorney of the Year Award in "Leaders in Law."
Attorneys Michael J. Dischley and Lawrence M. Ross examine choices made by subcontractors or vendors in selecting commercial general liability insurance coverage that can unexpectedly harm the owner/general contractor, let alone, the subcontractor.
30 attorneys from Hurwitz & Fine, P.C. have been selected to the 2020 Upstate New York Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists.
Hurwitz & Fine is proud to announce that as of August 21, 2020, the firm is an official New York State CLE Accredited Provider.
Temporary amendments to New York State law may create a trap for New York Homeowners Associations and Condominium Associations.
The Joint Panel on Multidistrict Litigation, in a widely anticipated ruling, declined to consolidate all federal COVID-19 business interruption litigation into a single action.
Breaking News: Superior Court of D.C. Sides With Insurance Carrier, Finds No COVID-19 Business Interruption Coverage
A second court has now found that a typical property insurance policy does not provide business interruption coverage for COVID-19 losses.
The Main Street Lending Program (“MSLP”) is the second COVID-19 loan program being offered to small- to medium-sized businesses that were in sound financial condition prior to the onset of the pandemic, but were either unable to take advantage of the SBA’s Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) or are in need of additional funding after already receiving a PPP loan. There is one critical difference between the MSLP and PPP however; the MSLP loan is not forgivable and must be repaid.
As of August 3, 2020, Governor Andrew Cuomo has signed into legislation (S7082/A9036) extending the “look-back” period of the Child Victims Act, which was set to expire on August 14, 2020, to August 14, 2021.
According to the newspaper, Business First editors and reporters used their opinions and observations to rank 150 of the area's most influential women--explanding its previous list of 125. Business First describes this list as "a group whose talent and influence fuel economic, social and cultural growth."
Anastasia M. McCarthy Appointed Co-chair of the Statewide Legislative Committee of the Women's Bar Association of the State of New York
The Women's Bar Association is the second largest Bar Association in the State of New York and a well-respected voice in Albany.
The question “Who's on First” is a good one in determining who is responsible to an injured party in New York City and other areas of the state where liability for sidewalk accidents is placed by statute on the owner of an abutting property.
Hurwitz & Fine Commercial Real Estate, Development and Finance Attorney Evan Y. Bussiere was quoted in the July 14, 2020 Buffalo News article, "BUDC prepares Northland site for more redevelopment."
Well written risk transfer clauses are essential in the defense of a construction site accident and may mean the difference between the continuation or failure of an owner’s or general contractor’s family business.
New York Governor Cuomo recently issued Executive Order 205, which requires certain individuals to quarantine for 14 days upon arriving in New York if they are traveling from states with significant community spread of COVID-19
This alert summarizes some of the key differences between the office-based guidance issued on May 28 and the updated guidance on June 26. Businesses should check the date at the top of the guidance to determine when it was last updated for their industry.