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  • Law Office of Bryan J. Hutchinson
    New York attorney concentrating in the areas of Divorce, family law, bankruptcy, criminal law and personal injury law.
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  • Law Office of Donald Mapp
    I handle all types of Real estate matters as well as many other civil matters. I also draft wills and handle uncontested divorce matters.
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  • Law Office of Dwayne L. Bentley
    Is there a product you want to protect from being taken? Are there any words or logo associated with your business that you want to guard from being stolen? Do you have a magazine, newspaper, book, poetry, song or any type of publication you want to safeguard from being used by someone else? If any of the aforementioned questions applies to you, I have the expertise and knowledge to protect your product, logo or newspaper from being taken from you. As a registered Patent Attorney, I assist my clients in rightfully procuring and protecting their patent, trademark, copyright and other intellectual property rights. In addition to aiding my clients in protecting their intellectual property rights, as an attorney I defend my client’s rights in the field of: entertainment law, immigration law, criminal law, family law, wills, real estate law and other types of law. If you need my assistance in any of the aforementioned areas of law, do not hesitate to contact me.
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  • Law Office of Frank Loscalzo
    Attorney with over 14 years experience in Consumer Law. Practice emphasis has been actions under the “Fair Debt Collection Practices Act”, consumer bankruptcies under Chapters 7 & 13, and foreclosure defense strategies.
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  • Law Office of Jamel Oeser-Sweat
    Admitted to Practice in New York and New Jersey. Admitted to Federal Courts in New York and New Jersey. Admitted to Practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Look for DNA:Forensic and Legal Applications which is to be published soon by John Wiley and Sons!
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  • Law Office of Jeffrey Levine
    Your NYC Traffic Lawyer. Defending traffic violation summonses since 1987. Have to go to court for a red light or speeding summons? Give us a call.
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  • Law Office of John K. Friedman
    The Law Office of John K. Friedman is focused on all forms of corporate and regulatory law in the areas of finance, technology, telecommunications, IP, real estate and finance. We have represented individuals and companies including established, start-up and sole proprietorships. We provide excellent legal advice to our clients on a personal, one-on-one basis. With over 15 years' business experience, we are ideally suited to solve your problems; we work with our clients to structure a fee schedule and terms that work for each client on an individual basis.
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  • Law Office of Linda J. Stanch
    Linda Stanch is an attorney in downtown Manhattan who worked for the NYC Department of Law and other agencies for 16 years. As such she is fully familiar with all issues pertaining to agencies of the City of New York, particularly as to employment issues, both union employees and middle management employees. She only represents employees. Recently she has been working with clients regarding whistleblower protection, particularly from employers in the Wall Street area that are regulated by the SEC and have additional new protections under the Sarbanes-Oxley Act enacted in December of 2003 (the WorldCom reaction by Congress). She also specializes in Discrimination Law in the areas of race, ethnic origin, sex, disability, family leave act, both in federal and NY State and NYC Law. New York City also is one of the few areas in the country that has both state and city law which includes discrimination law protection for sexual orientation and the perception of sexual orientation, protecting Lesbians, Gays, BiSexuals, and Transgender (LGBT) individuals. Federal Law does not protect regarding sexual orientation. She also is litigating issues for small businesses regarding website libel and non competition clauses from prior employers.
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  • Law Office of Lois S. Rubin
    My practice consists of assisting people with family and matrimonial issues. I also am a trained mediator, concentrating in divorce and family medition. Mediation allows people to make their own decisions with the aid of a trained impartial person. Such decisions tend to be lasting ones because the people involved participant in the decision-making process with knowledge and understanding of the issues.
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  • Law office of Mark S. Moroknek
    Mark S. Moroknek has been practicing law in the courts of New York City and the surrounding suburbs for twenty years. He specializes in complex litigation and Appeals, particularly in the areas of libel and slander, product liabilty, insurance litigation, municipal liability, and personal injury. His office is located on Long Island, with easy access to the courts of Nassau, Suffolk and Queens, Manhatten , Brooklyn, the Bronx and White Plains. Admitted to the New York Bar since 1985, Mr. Moroknek is also admitted to practice in the Federal District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York, and has appeared in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, the various Appellate Divisions of the Supreme Court, the New York Court of Appeals and The U.S. Supreme Court. Mr. Moroknek has diverse trial and litigation experience, representing both plaintiff and defendant. He has handled mediations and arbitrations on issues from no-fault to apparent authority. Mr. Moroknek appears of counsel to several firms in NYC and on Long Island. In the past he has represented the New York State Insurance Department, Liquidation Bureau, uninsured contractors and product manufacturers, as well as various Insurance Carriers. Currently he represents individual and corporate clients. Among his Appellate decisions are: 1.600 West 115th St. Corp v Von Gutfeld, 80 NY 2d 130, 603, NE 2d 930, 589 NYS 2d 825, 21 Media L. Rep. 1811 (1992) Cert. den. __US___, Dismissal of a SLAPP (strategic lawsuit against public participation). Suit for defamation, arising out of comments made at a NYC Comunity Board Meeting. Defendant stated that the plaintiff's activities surounding a proposed sidewalk cafe permit "smelled of bribery and corruption." 2. Monteleone v. Inc.. Village of Floral Park, 74 NY 2d 917, 549 NE 2d 459,, 550 NYS2d 257 (1989). Municipal liability: Successfully argued that NY's "pothole law" requires that prior written notice be given before the Village could be held liable for an overhanging tree branch which was snapped back in plaintiff's face, removing his eye. 3. North River Insurance Co. v. United National, 81 NY2d 812, 611 NE2d 278, 595 NYS 2d 377 (1993) Insurance Declaratory Judgment action dealing with issues of common law indemnity arising before New York's legislature enacted the law of contibution. Worker's compensation carrier paid a settlement, directly to the Plaintiff's attorney, without the consent of General Liability carrier. The underlying events took place prior to NY recognizing the law of contribution, when only pure indemnity allowed for third party recovery. The Court of Appeals dismissed the suit, holding that the General Liability carrier was not obligated to reimburse the Workers Compensation carrier. 4. California Union v. Summit Ins. Co. 191 AD2d 332, 595 NYS2d 588 (1st Dep't 1993). Action to collect on construction performance bond. The carrier went bankrupt and the Liquidation bureau defended the action. Issue of whether the performance bond had been written by an authorized agent of the company, or one with apparent authority was tried without a jury. The court held the agent lacked the authority to bind the company. Underlying events took place 17 years earlier. 5. Massachusetts Bay Ins. Co. v. Flood, 128 A.D. 2d 683, 513 N.Y.S. 2d 182 (2d Dep't 1987) (A Dart struck child in eye- Summons served on parent of child who knocked dart in her direction, and he defaulted. Late notice was ultimately provided by plaintiff's attorney to defendant's insurer, who then defended with non-waiver agreement). 6. Brown v. Two Exchange Plaza Partners, 146 A.D. 2d 129, 539 N.Y.S. 2d 889 (1st Dep't 1989) General Obligations law interpreted to permit $2.7 million Verdict against General Contractor to be passed to third party defendant solely by reason of contractual indemnity clause in construction sub-contract, where general contractor's liability under Labor Law 240(1) was held not to void the indemnity agreement as it did not constitute a finding of Negligence. 7. Rose v. Metro North Commuter RR,, 143 A.D. 2d 993, 533 N.Y.S. 2d 629 (2d Dep't 1988) Represented Metro North in many cases, in Grand Central Station and on the Harlem Hudson line, ranging from station assaults to accidents on trains. 8. Tamir v. Greenberg, 119 AD. 2d 665, 501 N.Y.S. 2d 103 (2d Dep't 1986) Specific Performance action based on construction of handwritten binder. Appellate Division required buyer to post Surety bond before granting further injunction; Subsequent proceeding for malicious prosecution, abuse of process, with Absolute Liability on the bond. 9. Garcia v. Biro Mfg. Co. Inc, 101 AD2d 779, 475 NYS 2d 863 (1st Dep't. 1984) Complaint dismissed , modified with leave to renew, 63 NY 2d 751, 532 N.Y.S.2d 757 (1985) Uninsured manufacturer of meat grinding machine that had been substantially modified by hacksawing off a guard that had been soldered, bolted and crosspinned in place. Plaintiff lost his forearm. Mr. Moroknek handles Appeals for attorneys seeking outside appellate counsel, as well as for his own clients. Free Consultation.
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