Hurwitz Fine P.C. has seven electronic newsletters, which provide up-to-date information in specific areas of legal interest. Subscribe below to receive any of these free electronic newsletters directly via e-mail.
Coverage Pointers summarizes important insurance law decisions from appellate courts in New York and Connecticut, along with selected opinions from state and federal courts around the United States and Canada. Coverage Pointers, the electronic newsletter that started it all, continues to offer guaranteed publication every other Friday, and a read-at-a-glance summary of important decisions as they happen.
Employment & Business Litigation Pointers aims to provide our clients and subscribers with timely information and practical, business-oriented solutions to the latest employment and general business litigation developments.
This newsletter was created to help keep our clients informed of the latest developments in the Health Law field. We summarize information from various legal news sources and provide tips that are of particular interest to those in the medical field.
Labor Law Pointers offers a monthly review and analysis of every New York State Labor Law case decided during the month by the Court of Appeals and all four Departments. This e-mail direct newsletter is published the first Wednesday of each month on four distinct areas – New York Labor Law Sections 240(1), 241(6), 200 and indemnity/risk transfer.
Medical & Nursing Home Liability Pointers provides the latest news, developments, and analysis of recent court decisions impacting the medical and long-term care communities.
This monthly electronic newsletter covers current cases, trends and developments involving premises liability and general litigation. Our attorneys provide updates on new cases and trends across New York in both State and Federal Court, and share their insight and analysis. This publication covers a wide range of topics including retail, restaurant and hospitality liability; slip and fall accidents; snow and ice claims; storm in progress; inadequate/negligent security; inadequate maintenance and negligent repair; service contracts; elevator and escalator accidents; swimming pool and recreational accidents; negligent supervision; assumption of risk; tavern owner and dram shop liability; homeowner liability and nursing home liability (just to name a few!).
Whether the claim is based on a defective design, flawed manufacturing process, or inadequate instructions/warnings, products liability litigation is constantly evolving. Products Liability Pointers examines recent New York State and Federal cases as well as high court decisions from other jurisdictions, keeping our readers up-to-date with the latest developments and trends, and providing useful practice tips and litigation strategies. This monthly newsletter covers all areas of products liability litigation, including negligence, strict products liability, breach of warranty claims, medical device litigation, toxic and mass torts, regulatory framework and governmental agencies.