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Paul J. Cambria, Jr. Named to 2023 Edition of Buffalo Business First’s Power 250 List

The law firm of Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria LLP is proud to announce that Paul J. Cambria, Jr. has been named to the 2023 edition of Buffalo Business First’s Power 250 List.

Power 250 is an annual list of Western New York’s 250 most influential business and community leaders. The list is generated by the editors, reporters, and staff of Buffalo Business First. Leaders from throughout the eight-county region of Western New York are evaluated for the recognition. Mr. Cambria has been named to Buffalo Business First’s Power 250 annually since 2014.

The Buffalo News Reports on Man Cleared of Criminally Negligent Homicide Charges

The Buffalo News recently published a report regarding a man, represented by defense attorneys Barry N. Covert and Justin D. Ginter, who was cleared of criminally negligent homicide charges.

As reported by The Buffalo News, Donald Lewinski was charged with criminally negligent homicide following a 2020 altercation with another patron at a restaurant in West Seneca, NY. During the confrontation, Mr. Lewinski pushed the other patron who fell, hit his head, and subsequently passed away.

The Buffalo News article states “Covert, who worked with fellow attorney Justin D. Ginter on the case, said his office wrote a long letter to the prosecution laying the grounds for a self-defense claim.”

Jury Verdict of $65 Million Awarded to Woman Abused by YMCA Counselor

Attorney Amy C. Keller, of Lipsitz Green Scime Cambria, recently obtained a $65 million jury verdict for her client, who was sexually abused as a child by a former YMCA counselor.

In a front-page story, The Buffalo News reported that the $65 million award is the third significant jury verdict Ms. Keller has obtained this year, on behalf of her clients who were victims of childhood sexual abuse. In recent months, Ms. Keller has also obtained a $30 million jury verdict on behalf of a client abused by a Lutheran pastor and a $25 million jury verdict on behalf of a client abused by a former Boy Scout leader. All three cases were reported as the largest award obtained in Western New York for a case filed under the Child Victims Act, at the time the verdicts were rendered.