Hurwitz & Fine, P.C. has five electronic newsletters to provide up-to-date information in specific areas of legal interest. Register to receive any of these free electronic newsletters directly via e-mail by subscribing on the home page.
Coverage Pointers summarizes important insurance law decisions from appellate courts in New York State with the occasional snapshot across borders. 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.
Latest Issue: January 24, 2020; Volume XXI, No. 16
We recognize that changes in the Health Law field can have profound and often unanticipated implications for those in the medical businesses, which is why we publish the electronic newsletter Health Law Pointers. This newsletter was created to help keep our clients informed of the latest developments in this ever-evolving field. We summarize information from various legal news sources and provide tips that are of particular interest to those in the medical field.
Latest Issue: July 26, 2019; Volume XXI, No. 1
Hurwitz & Fine, P.C.’s 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.
Latest Issue: January 2, 2020; Volume IX, No. 2
This monthly electronic newsletter covers current cases, trends and developments involving premises liability and general litigation. Our attorneys must stay abreast of new cases and trends across New York in both State and Federal Court, and will now share their insight and analysis with you. 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 toxic exposures (just to name a few!).
Latest Issue: January 8, 2020; Volume III, No. 8
Latest Issue: January 15, 2020; Volume I, No. 1