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Local and national media often shine the spotlight on attorneys at Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria. Whether providing analysis on legal matters in the news or representing clients in significant cases, you will find Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria featured. A few instances are below.
 

Colin Kaepernick's NFL Lawsuit 
Paul Cambria spoke to WGRZ and WBEN about the grievance Colin Kaepernick filed against the NFL.
New Anti-Bullying Law in North Tonawanda 
Paul Cambria spoke to WGRZ about the constitutionality of a new anti-bullying law in North Tonawanda.
Justice Center Decisions Called Into Question 
Barry Covert spoke to WGRZ about three Albany County rulings that question the authority of the Justice Center for the Protection of People with Special Needs.
Woman Involved in Hit and Run Released from Prison 
Criminal defense attorney Barry Covert spoke to WGRZ about the shortened jail sentence of a woman involved in a fatal 2013 hit and run.
Paladino Removal Could Be Appealed 
Paul Cambria spoke to the Buffalo News about Carl Paladino's removal from the Board of Education and the chances that the decision will be appealed.
Truck Driver Charged with Manslaughter in Fatal Accident 
Criminal defense attorney Barry Covert spoke to WGRZ about the charges against a truck driver in a fatal accident in Lancaster.
Carl Paladino Removed from Buffalo Board of Education 
Barry Covert spoke to WGRZ about Carl Paladino's removal from the Buffalo Board of Education.
WNED Suing Reading Rainbow's LeVar Burton 
Paul Cambria spoke to WBEN about WNED's lawsuit against LeVar Burton, the former host of their show Reading Rainbow.
No Criminal Charges in East Aurora Accident 
Criminal defense attorney Barry Covert spoke to WGRZ about the penalties the driver in a fatal East Aurora car accident could face.
O.J. Simpson's Parole Hearing 
Criminal defense attorney Paul Cambria spoke to WIVB about O.J. Simpson's parole hearing and his chances for being paroled.
Buffalo Bills Lineman Adolphus Washington Arrested 
Criminal defense attorney Barry Covert spoke to WGRZ about the recent arrest of Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Adolphus Washington.
Injuries After Fireworks Malfunction in Lancaster 
Barry Covert spoke to WGRZ about a mother and her baby who suffered injuries after a fireworks malfunction in Lancaster.
Vandalism in Arcade, Orchard Park, and Sardinia 
Criminal defense attorney Barry Covert spoke to WIVB about the instances of racism-motivated vandalism in Arcade.
Updates on Trump's Travel Ban 
Erin E. McCampbell spoke to WGRZ about the Supreme Court's updates to President Trump's travel ban and their decision to hear arguments about it in October.
Paladino Hearing Continues 
Paul Cambria spoke to WBEN about how the first day of Carl Paladino's hearing before New York State Education Commissioner MaryEllen Elia went.
New CLE Organized by Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria Partner 
Erin E. McCampbell, a partner at Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria, spoke to the Buffalo Law Journal about a Continuing Legal Education event she organized on how to write successful appellate briefs.
Lawsuit Filed Against Oncologists 
Robert Boreanaz spoke to the Buffalo News about a lawsuit filed against two local oncologists alleging they breached a non-compete clause in their employment contracts.
Product Liability Cases 
James T. Scime spoke to the Buffalo Law Journal about Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria's product liability practice.
Supreme Court Takes Case on Cell Phone Privacy 
Constitutional attorney Barry Covert spoke to WIVB about a Supreme Court case dealing with cell phone privacy.
Western New York Opioid Epidemic 
Barry Covert spoke to WGRZ about local efforts to curb the opioid epidemic in Western New York.
New York State Minority and Women Business Enterprise Certifications 
Business and corporate lawyer Matthew B. Morey spoke to the Buffalo Law Journal about the application process for obtaining a New York State Minority and Women Business Enterprise Certification.
Allegations of LGBTQ Discrimination in Buffalo Public Schools 
Attorney Robert Boreanaz spoke to WGRZ about allegations of LGBTQ discrimination against McKinley High School and his client, Principal Crystal Boling-Barton.
Device Proposed to Prevent Distracted Driving 
Constitutional attorney Barry Covert spoke to WGRZ about the potential legalization of a new device that could cut down on distracted driving.
Fatal Police Encounter in Buffalo 
Paul Cambria spoke to WBEN about Sunday's police encounter that resulted in a civilian's death and a police officer being injured.
Debate Over Cheektowaga Sex Offender Law 
Constitutional attorney Barry Covert spoke to WIVB about the constitutionality and enforceability of Cheektowaga's sex offender law.
Raise the Age Proposal 
Criminal defense attorney Barry Covert spoke to WGRZ about the proposal to raise the age of criminal responsibility from 16 to 18.
Paladino Lawsuit Against Board of Education 
Constitutional attorney Paul Cambria spoke to WBEN about the lawsuit Carl Paladino is filing against the Board of Education, the Buffalo Parent Teacher Organization, and the New York State United Teachers.
Republican Efforts to Confirm Gorsuch 
WBEN spoke with Paul Cambria about the confirmation proceedings for Supreme Court Justice nominee Neil Gorsuch.
Teen Arrested for Beating Two-Year-Old Boy 
Criminal defense attorney Barry Covert spoke to WGRZ about the charges against a teen arrested for severely beating a two-year-old boy.
Focusing on Appellate Litigation 
Erin E. McCampbell, a partner at Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria, spoke to the Buffalo Law Journal about her practice focusing on appellate litigation.
Child Found Walking Alone in Niagara Falls 
WGRZ spoke to criminal defense attorney Barry Covert about whether charges will be pressed against the parents of the young girl found walking alone in Niagara Falls.
Pay-to-Play Suit Against Mayor Brown Dismissed 
Barry Covert spoke to WGRZ about the lawsuit alleging that Mayor Byron Brown was involved in pay-to-play that was recently dismissed.
Immigration Ban Update Expected Soon 
WBEN interviewed attorney Paul Cambria about President Trump's immigration policies and the expected revisions to the stayed immigration ban.
Serving on the Buffalo Zoo ProZoo Board 
Jeffrey Novak, an associate at Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria, was interviewed by the Buffalo Law Journal about his experience as a member of the Buffalo Zoo's ProZoo Board.
Immigration Ban Stayed in Court of Appeals 
Constitutional attorney Paul Cambria was interviewed by WBEN about the ruling regarding President Trump's immigration ban.
Erie County Sues Drug Manufacturers 
Attorney Paul Cambria spoke to WBEN about the lawsuit filed by Erie County against drug manufacturers accusing them of falsely advertising highly addictive prescription painkillers as safe.
President Trump Announces Gorsuch as Supreme Court Nominee 
Paul Cambria spoke to WBEN about President Trump's choice of Neil Gorsuch as his Supreme Court nominee.
Abortion in the New York State Constitution 
Attorney Paul Cambria spoke to WGRZ's Kelly Dudzik about Governor Andrew Cuomo's proposal to amend the New York State Constitution to protect women's right to abortions.
President Trump's Executive Orders and Supreme Court Picks 
WBEN interviewed Paul Cambria about whether President Trump's immigration ban will hold up in court and what he knows about the President's potential Supreme Court nominee.
Comments on Chelsea Manning and Carl Paladino 
Paul Cambria spoke to WBEN about the commutation of Chelsea Manning's sentence and the Buffalo School Board's way of dealing with Carl Paladino's controversial statements in the last days of the Obama Presidency.
Controversy Over Paladino's Statements 
Paul Cambria spoke to WGRZ and the Buffalo News about the controversial statements made by Carl Paladino and whether or not any disciplinary action can be taken.
East Aurora Woman Charged with Embezzlement 
Barry Covert spoke to WGRZ about an East Aurora woman charged with embezzling approximately $1,000,000 from Towne Automotive.
Dylann Roof Representing Himself in Penalty Phase of Trial 
Paul Cambria was interviewed by WBEN about Dylann Roof's decision to represent himself in the penalty phase of his trial for the 2015 shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina and what it may mean for his sentence.

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