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The decision affirmed the First Department’s position that as a matter of law, proof that a toxin possibly caused harm is not enough, and at a minimum, scientific evidence must be presented to show that the level of exposure was actually enough to cause the alleged injury.
Every client is your most important client and every case is your most important case. This phrase should be every lawyer’s mantra to help remind them to keep in touch with their clients.
- January 4, 2019
- November 5, 2018
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear argument in a case addressing whether payment to a railroad employee for time lost from work is subject to employment taxes. The technicalities of statutory interpretation won’t be front page news, but will affect thousands of cases each year.
- October 2018