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Tweet Most readers know that when I write about safety it’s with good reason: There’s no need to hold someone at fault for ..read more
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Tweet I started this blog in 2006 and there’s one subject I’ve never broached in over 1,500 postings: Settlements. There’s a ..read more
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Tweet Harvard Law introduced today something called the Caselaw Access Project. All they did was take 360 years worth of American ..read more
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Tweet New York’s annual legislative session ends Wednesday. And that means, predictably, a mad rush to get legislation enacted ..read more
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Tweet I think I need a “Leaving Accident” sign. It’s a funny place to find a story on personal injury law — inside the pages of ..read more
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Tweet Mayor de Blasio emerges from a car. Source: Daily News I knew I’d see this act before. A routine car collision gets covered up ..read more
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Lawyers are in the persuasion business. Whether we are trial lawyers standing before juries, appellate lawyers, commercial lawyers ..read more
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A tough case out of New York’s Second Department yesterday shines a light on a tough subject: If lawyers believe they are legally ..read more
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The fact that I used quotes on two different words/acronyms is, to be fair, a lousy way to start. But this New York appellate decision ..read more
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Building the Empire State Building This piece is about the importance of New York’s Labor Law for people who work at heights, but it ..read more

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