WGRZ spoke to Michael Schiavone about an investigation, for which he is serving as outside counsel, into a house purchased by the Boston Town Clerk.
Defense attorney Barry Covert spoke to Time Warner Cable News about Matthew Kuzdzal's overturned conviction in the sexual assault and murder of 5-year-old Eain Brooks.
WGRZ's Scott Levin asked constitutional attorney Barry Covert for his commentary on the ruling in a Manhattan court case on whether or not New Yorkers should be allowed to take selfies and pictures of their ballots while voting.
WGRZ reached out to Barry Covert for comment on the charges against a Niagara Falls councilman.
Criminal defense attorney Barry Covert spoke to WGRZ's Maryalice Demler about the charges 19-year-old Jake Klocek faces in relation to his involvement in the shooting death of a 19-year-old in Elma.
Legal analyst Barry Covert spoke to WGRZ about the severity of the charges against a mother whose sons died in a Batavia house fire.
Legal analyst Barry Covert gave WGRZ his take on the $12 million settlement between DraftKings and FanDuel and New York State, as well as its effect on consumers.
Criminal defense attorney Barry Covert spoke to WGRZ about the allegations that Governor Andrew Cuomo was involved in New Jersey's Bridgegate scandal.
Michael Schiavone spoke to the Buffalo Law Journal about his experience as outside counsel for the Buffalo Bills.
Civil rights attorney Paul Cambria spoke to WGRZ about the legal issues surrounding Buffalo Public Schools' potential new gender identity policy.
Personal injury attorney James T. Scime was featured in the Buffalo Law Journal's cover story about personal injury practices and the differences among personal injury firms.
Criminal defense attorney Paul Cambria gave legal analysis to the Amarillo Globe-News regarding the detention of two California parents after the drowning death of their 7-year-old daughter.
Constitutional attorney Barry Covert spoke to WGRZ about the federal ruling that deemed using cell phone tracking equipment without a warrant unconstitutional.
Barry Covert offered WGRZ his legal analysis of the new developments in the human rights case against Carl Paladino and how the case affects how taxpayer money is spent.
Attorney Barry Covert offered WGRZ his legal analysis of the investigation into seven-month-old Nyree Greene's death in a car accident.
Barry Covert spoke to WGRZ about the charges against a woman involved in a fatal 2013 car accident and how politics may have played a role.
Constitutional attorney Barry Covert spoke to WGRZ about the voter fraud charges against Republican political activist Rus Thompson and whether his political leanings may have led to his being singled out.
Nationally renowned criminal defense attorney Paul Cambria spoke to WBEN about the sexual assault charges against Bill Cosby and the likelihood that he could be acquitted.
Paul Cambria spoke to WGRZ's Jeff Preval about a legal battle going on in the Buffalo School District and how it continues to cost taxpayers money.
Noted attorney Barry Covert speaks to WGRZ's Kelly Dudzik about the lawsuit filed by the family whose three-year-old son was killed by a car near Delaware Park in May of 2015.
Constitutional attorney Barry Covert spoke to WGRZ's Michael Wooten about the loopholes in a 30-year-old federal law regarding digital privacy.
Labor and employment attorney Robert Boreanaz spoke to Texas' Amarillo Globe-News about how hiring several members of the same family can affect an employer legally.
Attorney Paul Cambria spoke to WIVB about the investigation into the Buffalo Billion and its specific focus on a senior advisor to Governor Andrew Cuomo.
WGRZ's Scott Levin and defense attorney Barry Covert discuss the verdict in the Erin Andrews lawsuit.
Constitutional attorney Barry Covert spoke to WGRZ's Claudine Ewing about the difficulties that some Buffalo businesses face when trying to open or expand.
Personal injury attorney James T. Scime spoke to the Buffalo Law Journal about a proposed change to New York State's Scaffold Law and what it might mean for the safety of construction workers.
WGRZ asked Paul Cambria, a noted criminal defense attorney who has taken First Amendment cases to the Supreme Court, for his legal analysis of the suspension of a Buffalo police officer after he posted videos on Vine that violated the Department's social media policy.
Paul Cambria spoke to WBEN and WIVB about Apple's refusal to create a software that would decrypt the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters and what the implications are on the public's right to privacy.
Barry Covert, an experienced criminal defense and Title IX attorney, spoke to WGRZ and the Buffalo News about the Title IX investigation he led regarding allegations against Niagara University.
WGRZ reached out to criminal defense attorney Barry Covert for his legal analysis on the allegations and fine brought against former State Assemblyman Dennis Gabryszak for allegedly harassing female staffers and using state resources to fund his reelection campaign.
Nationally renowned criminal defense attorney Paul Cambria spoke to WBEN’s John Zach and Susan Rose about the assault allegations against Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy.
The Buffalo News and WIVB report on personal injury attorney Richard P. Weisbeck’s achieving a $4.65 million settlement with insurers for the Town of West Seneca in the police shooting of unarmed Jeffrey J. Edwards.
Business and corporate attorney Jeffrey Reina gives WGRZ his legal analysis of a potentially discriminatory sign posted at a local Panera Bread location.
Barry Covert gives WGRZ his legal analysis of the charges and evidence in a fatal Depew car crash.
Defense attorney Barry Covert gives WGRZ his legal analysis of a case involving a man's death during the Snowvember storm.
Noted trademark attorney Jonathan Brown discusses the Washington Redskins and what constitutes a disparaging trademark with the Buffalo Law Journal.
WGRZ reached out to constitutional attorney Barry Covert about 4th Amendment rights issues in a new smoking ban to take effect in Buffalo Municipal Housing.
Experienced trademark attorney Jonathan W. Brown talks to WGRZ about the legal complications associated with trademarking "Buffalove" and other slogans.
Attorney Barry Covert speaks to WGRZ about the human rights civil lawsuit involving the Buffalo School District.
Paul Cambria speaks to WBFO about the legacy left by Judge Kevin Dillon, who passed away on January 7.