Best Lawyers®, recognized as the oldest and most respected guide to the legal profession, has released the inaugural edition of a new publication, The Injury and Malpractice Issue.
The Injury and Malpractice Issue features attorneys “recognized for their top legal talent in injury and malpractice-related practice areas” in the 2021 editions of The Best Lawyers in America and Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch.
The editor of The Injury and Malpractice Issue stated, “For the first time, Best Lawyers offers a consolidated guide geared to empower everyday people with the knowledge to make informed decisions and the resources to find the best legal representation when they need it.”
Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria earned the designation of “Top-Listed” by The Best Lawyers in America for three areas of practice: Medical Malpractice Law-Plaintiffs; Personal Injury Litigation-Plaintiffs; and Product Liability Litigation-Plaintiffs. The “Top-Listed” distinction signifies that no other firm in Buffalo, NY has more attorneys listed in The Best Lawyers in America for each of those particular practice areas.
Judge Sets Deadline for School Districts to Provide Plan for In-person Instruction Five Days a Week. State Told to Provide Social Distancing Guidance.
Attorneys Paul Cambria and Todd Aldinger recently appeared in New York State Supreme Court on behalf of parents from the Williamsville and Orchard Park school districts. The school districts, school boards, the governor, the New York State Department of Health, and the New York State Department of Education were all named as defendants in the lawsuit. Parents involved in the lawsuits want the school districts to offer five days of in school learning per week for those who desire that their students receive such in-person education.
As reported by the Buffalo News, the judge in this matter ordered Williamsville and Orchard Park school districts to present plans for five days of instruction by April 13th and stated that New York State must then approve or reject the plans by April 20th. The judge also stated that he wants a decision from New York State by April 20th on what type of social distancing is recommended, 3 feet or 6 feet.
Legal Analysis on Latest Developments in Investigations of Sexual Harassment and Misconduct Allegations Made Against Gov. Andrew Cuomo
Regional and national media outlets continue to report on the latest developments in the investigations of sexual harassment and misconduct allegations made against New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo.
Fox News recently aired a report on new comments made to the Albany Times Union by one of Gov. Cuomo accuser’s. Labor and Employment attorney Robert L. Boreanaz was interviewed to provide legal analysis for the report.
In the report, Fox News correspondent Bryan Llenas stated that one of Gov. Cuomo’s accusers has spoken out for the first time by providing comment to the Albany Times Union. Llenas went on to state that the accuser, who is a current aide who says Cuomo aggressively sexually groped her, told the Albany Times Union that the harassment was the culmination of two years of grooming.
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