First Amendment attorney Barry Covert spoke to WIVB about the legality of towns prohibiting political yard signs and what people should know if they want to put signs in their lawns.
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.
Attorney Paul Cambria spoke to WBEN about the confirmation process for a new Supreme Court Justice and what cases the Court might be hearing in its next session.
Attorney Paul Cambria spoke to WBEN about the shooting at a newspaper in Maryland and about Justice Kennedy's retirement from the United States Supreme Court.
Barry Covert spoke to WIVB about the lawsuit that the New York State Attorney General brought against the Donald J. Trump Foundation.
Criminal defense attorney Paul Cambria spoke to WBEN about the Buffalo Billion trial and how it might affect Governor Andrew Cuomo.
Paul Cambria spoke to WGRZ about the Buffalo woman who was arrested for making threatening posts on Facebook.
Paul Cambria spoke to WGRZ about the Supreme Court's decision that struck down the federal sports-gambling ban.
Paul Cambria spoke to WBEN about the investigation into President Trump's attorney Michael Cohen and the potential ramifications of the $130,000 payment to Stormy Daniels.
Attorney Barry Covert spoke with WIVB about the retrial of former State Assembly speaker Sheldon Silver after his corruption conviction was overturned by an appeals court.
Attorney Barry Covert spoke to WGRZ about the potential legal consequences of "swatting", a prank where people place fake 911 calls to get law enforcement to respond to a nonexistent incident at someone's home.
Paul Cambria spoke to WBEN about Bill Cosby's conviction on three counts of sexual assault and what the next steps could be for Cosby and his legal team.
Workers' Compensation attorney Thomas Burnham spoke to the Buffalo Law Journal about changes to New York State Workers' Compensation case determinations and the detrimental effects these changes could have on workers.
Attorney Barry Covert spoke to WGRZ about New York State's new stricter gun rules that require people convicted of domestic violence to surrender their firearms.
Attorney Barry Covert spoke to WGRZ about Matthew Albert, a Buffalo attorney who has been indicted on a felony charge related to a domestic violence incident.
Attorney Paul Cambria spoke to WGRZ about retired Supreme Court Justice John Stevens' op-ed calling for the repeal of the Second Amendment.
Paul Cambria spoke to WGRZ about the free speech implications of student walkouts over gun control and school safety.
Barry Covert spoke to WIVB about former State Senator George Maziarz's guilty plea to a misdemeanor charge and the penalties he will face.
Barry Covert spoke to WIVB about the charges against Cheektowaga Town Councilman Jim Rogowski.
Robert Boreanaz spoke to WGRZ about a client for whom he obtained a settlement from New York State and the way sexual harassment claims are handled in the public and private sectors.
Barry Covert spoke to WIVB about the DWI charges against Buffalo Detective Mark Locicero and what the potential penalties could be.
Paul Cambria spoke to WBEN about potential charges in the Lovejoy fire that caused the death of a seven-year-old boy.
Barry Covert spoke to WIVB about the third-degree rape charges and potential penalties against former Erie County Commissioner of Social Services Al Dirschberger.
Barry Covert spoke to WIVB about the trial of former Cuomo aide Joseph Percoco.
Robert Boreanaz spoke to WBEN about a recent meeting with Mayor Byron Brown discussing how ridesharing and taxi companies can coexist in the city of Buffalo.
Barry Covert spoke to WIVB about the State Attorney General's motion to dismiss allegations against Governor Cuomo from the Sam Hoyt sexual harassment case.
Barry Covert spoke to WGRZ about a proposed ban on smoking in cars with children.