Recent Publications - Max Gershenoff


Second Circuit Seeks Guidance On NYC Regulation of Law Firms
October 30, 2014 | Appeals
Max Gershenoff is quoted in a Bloomberg BNA Banking Daily Bulletin article entitled, “Second Circuit Seeks Guidance On NYC Regulation of Law Firms.”  The law firms referred to in the article were represented by Mr. Gershenoff, Evan Krinick and Michael Versichelli. Please click the link below to view the Article. Adobe Reader is required to view …
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A Landscape View of Privacy Protection Issues
June 30, 2012 | Intellectual Property | Employment & Labor | Complex Torts & Product Liability | Appeals | Professional Liability
Please click the link below to view “A Landscape View of Privacy Issues.” Adobe Reader is required to view the bulletin. If Adobe Reader is not installed on your PC, click here to download and install. A Landscape View of Privacy Issues Reprinted with permission.  All rights reserved. …
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West Virginia Decision Imperils Insurer Anti-Fraud Activities
December 31, 2011 | Employment & Labor | Appeals
A recent decision by West Virginia’s highest court could – if permitted to stand – ultimately require insurers to violate their record retention obligations, destroy broad swathes of business records, and seriously compromise insurer regulatory compliance and anti-fraud activity. The author of this article discusses the decision and its implications. What started as a tragedy …
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Pleading RICO Claims Against “Fly-By-Night” No-Fault Fraud Rings
September 30, 2011 | Appeals | Employment & Labor
The federal Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (“RICO”) has become a potent tool in the New York automobile insurance industry’s efforts to combat no-fault insurance fraud. The author of this article describes how insurers may successfully plead and prove their RICO claims – with the attendant treble damages and attorneys’ fees – by alleging …
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