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Ade Speaks to Construction Law Committee on Insurance Issues and Arbitration
November 14, 2019 | Construction | Insurance Coverage
Brian Ade was a member of the panel in a November 13 program sponsored by the Bergen County Bar Association Construction Law Committee.  The program was entitled “Arbitration: What You Need to Know to Protect Your Client.”   Brian spoke about common insurance issues in construction litigation and arbitration. …
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Savino Receives 2019 Hall of Fame Award
November 13, 2019 | Insurance Coverage
Rivkin Radler Partner William M. Savino became a recipient of Long Island Business News’ Hall of Fame Award. The award recognizes the most distinguished leaders in the Long Island business community. Induction into the Hall of Fame is a high honor for those who demonstrate a commitment to excellence: past, present and future. Savino, who …
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Glambosky Shares Perspective on Evicting a Subletter with the NYT
November 11, 2019 | Real Estate, Zoning & Land Use
Erez Glambosky was quoted in a November 9, 2019, New York Times “Ask Real Estate” piece that explores whether an unruly subtenant may be evicted and by whom. “It was the shareholder who installed this individual, and the shareholder is responsible,” Erez said. “Ultimately the shareholder is the one who has to take action.” To …
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N.Y. Court of Appeals Poised To Resolve Split Over Bad Faith Suits Against Insurers
October 31, 2019 | Evan H. Krinick | Appeals
After hearing oral argument earlier this month in Haar v. Nationwide Mutual Fire Ins. Co., 32 N.Y.3d 1211 (2019), the New York Court of Appeals is set to decide an important issue of insurance law and statutory interpretation that has divided the Appellate Division Departments. In Elkoulily v. New York State Catholic Heathplan, 153 A.D.3d …
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Employee Benefit Plan Review – From the Courts
October 29, 2019 | Norman L. Tolle | Employment & Labor | Insurance Coverage
Eighth Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Complaint by Participant in Defined-Contribution Retirement Savings Plan  The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, applying the reasoning in a 2014 decision by the U.S. Supreme Court, has upheld dismissal of a complaint brought by a participant in a defined-contribution retirement savings plan governed by the Employee Retirement …
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Common sense is key to staving off fraud
October 16, 2019 | Evan H. Krinick | Appeals
Two truisms: 1) smart people do stupid things; and 2) if something seems to be too good to be true, then it is probably not real. The first truism occurs when people forget the second truism. A persuasive salesperson, or a snappy marketing campaign, catches your attention. It sounds like something you have always wanted …
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