Recent News - Tamika Hardy


NCBA Names Rivkin Radler a Top Pro Bono Law Firm
April 6, 2017
We are proud to announce that the Nassau County Bar Association, The Safe Center LI and Nassau Suffolk Law Services has named Rivkin Radler a top law firm in pro bono service for 2016. This is the third consecutive year the firm has been recognized. Individual attorneys receiving recognition include Brian Boxler, William Cornachio, Ryan …
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Novikoff and Hardy Obtain Order Disqualifying Attorney and Vacating Restraining Notice
April 3, 2017 | Commercial Litigation
Kenneth A. Novikoff and Tamika N. Hardy obtained an order on behalf of clients, the Halperts, who are judgment-debtors, disqualifying their former lawyer from representing the judgment-creditor in a judgment enforcement action as well as vacating a wrongfully-issued restraining notice against the Halperts’ daughter’s bank account.  The judgment debtors and the judgment creditor were previously …
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Rivkin Radler Secures Affirmance of Summary Judgment On Behalf of State Farm
February 2, 2017 | Insurance Coverage | Appeals
Rivkin Radler recently secured an affirmance of summary judgment from the United States Court of Appeals  for the Second Circuit in favor of State Farm Fire & Casualty Company, based on the insureds’ failure to comply with the policy condition that requires prompt reporting  of the loss. In this case the plaintiffs, Nikolai and Hartyun …
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Rivkin Radler receives President’s Award for Diversity from Amistad Long Island Black Bar Association
February 22, 2016
Rivkin Radler is proud to announce that we are this year’s recipient of the Amistad Long Island Black Bar Association’s President’s Award for Diversity. This Award is presented to a person or organization that has been and continues to be committed to diversity and inclusion both in the legal profession and in the community. Amistad …
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Hardy defeats motion for summary judgment
September 11, 2014 | Employment & Labor | Appeals
Tamika Hardy successfully defeated a CPLR 3213 motion for summary judgment in the Supreme Court, Nassau County on behalf of client Dominick Golia, M.D. in an action wherein the plaintiff, George Hyman, M.D., another doctor, attempted collect on a guarantee executed by Dr. Golia in connection with his purchase of Dr. Hyman’s medical practice.  The …
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Novikoff and Hardy obtain pre-answer dismissal
August 28, 2014 | Employment & Labor | Appeals
Ken Novikoff and Tamika Hardy successfully obtained a pre-answer dismissal of a tortious interference with contract claim against clients Lindsay Park Housing Corp and Board President Cora Austin in federal court in the Eastern District of New York.  The Court agreed with defendants that an employee handbook provided by the co-defendant to plaintiff did not …
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Tamika Hardy and Maria John attend the 88th Annual National Bar Association Conference
July 27, 2013 | Insurance Coverage | Employment & Labor | Appeals
From July 27-Aug. 1, attorneys Tamika Hardy, an associate in the firm’s Employment & Labor and Litigation & Appeals Practice Groups and Maria John, an associate in the firm’s Insurance Coverage & Litigation Practice Group, attended the Annual National Bar Association conference in Florida. They serve as Vice President of Membership and Corresponding Secretary, respectively, of the Amistad …
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Michael Versichelli and Tamika Hardy Obtain Dismissal of a Putative Class Action
September 7, 2012 | Appeals | Insurance Coverage | Employment & Labor
Michael Versichelli and Tamika Hardy obtained dismissal of a putative class action brought by a claimant challenging a no-fault insurer’s industry-wide practice of calculating lost wage benefits under New York’s no-fault law.  The court held that a no-fault insurer is permitted to offset the 20% tax reduction for lost wages against the $50,000 cap for …
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