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Del Pizzo Interviewed for Super Lawyers Article
March 20, 2019
Nancy Del Pizzo was interviewed for a Super Lawyers article, “An overview of what New Jersey and federal trademark laws say.” Click here to read full article. …
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Iseman Discusses SDOH with Population Health News
March 13, 2019 | Health Services
Robert Iseman penned a Thought Leaders Corner column for Population Health News in which he makes suggestions regarding how healthcare organizations can manage the social determinants of health (SDOH) within their patient population. Robert noted, among other things, “It is easy for a health system to get carried away in the world of SDOH. It is …
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Rivkin Radler Attorneys Named 2019 New Jersey Super Lawyers
March 13, 2019 | Privacy, Data & Cyber Law | Intellectual Property | Insurance Fraud | Commercial Litigation | Compliance Investigations & White Collar | Trusts & Estates
HACKENSACK, NJ  – – Rivkin Radler LLP is pleased to announce that Nancy A. Del Pizzo, Jenna Gabay, and Gene Kang, have been named 2019 New Jersey Super Lawyers.  Del Pizzo was named a Top Rated Intellectual Property Litigation Attorney; and Gabay and Kang were named Rising Stars. A partner in the firm’s Commercial Litigation; …
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Lagios and Wagner Obtain Dismissal of Multiple Causes of Action
March 12, 2019 | Commercial Litigation
James Lagios and Mark Wagner, Jr. obtained the dismissal of a complaint on behalf of their client, a real estate broker, in a suit in which the plaintiff, the purchaser of a residential dwelling, asserted multiple causes of action based on breach of contract, negligent misrepresentation and fraud. The Court found the plaintiffs failed to allege …
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Ade’s Efforts Support Scholarships
March 8, 2019 | General Liability
In Brian Ade’s role as member of the CGL Reporter Editorial Board, he prepares summaries of five to 10 cases per year for publication. The summaries analyze insurance coverage decisions from around the country. In 2018, the International Risk Management Institute, Inc. (IRMI), which publishes the CGL Reporter, contributed $37,138 — the amount of royalties from …
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Lagios and Tartaglia Obtain Pre-Answer Dismissal in Civil Rights Action
March 6, 2019
James P. Lagios and Stanley J. Tartaglia, Jr. obtained dismissal on behalf of their client, an attorney, in a civil rights matter before the U.S. District Court, Northern District of New York. The plaintiff asserted multiple constitutional claims arising from a co-defendant school district’s investigation into charges of bullying, harassment, and racial discrimination of his …
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Grill, Bank, and Bholan Secure Summary Judgment Based on Successor Liability
March 6, 2019
David M. Grill, Brian L. Bank, and Michelle A. Bholan secured summary judgment on behalf of their client, a landlord, against a former commercial tenant that breached a lease and against another entity owned by the tenant’s principals, based on a successor liability theory. The commercial tenant, a Dunkin Donuts franchise, breached the lease when …
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Iseman and Malerba Featured in LIBN Healthcare Roundtable
March 4, 2019 | Health Services
Long Island Business News hosted a roundtable discussion on the current state of the healthcare industry. Rivkin partners Robert Iseman and Benjamin Malerba were joined by Dr. Zeyad Baker, ProHEALTH Care Associates’ president and CEO; Jeffrey Kraut, executive vice president of strategy and analytics at Northwell Health; and Dr. Simon Prince, president and CEO of …
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Novikoff and Casalini Obtain Preliminary Injunction for R&G Brenner Income Tax
February 22, 2019 | Commercial Litigation | Employment & Labor
Ken Novikoff and Rosalinde Casalini, after an evidentiary hearing, obtained a preliminary injunction in favor of R&G Brenner Income Tax, enjoining its former senior tax preparer in one of its Queens offices, for a period of two years, from soliciting and/or servicing any of its clients in that office. Additionally, the Supreme Court, Nassau County …
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Murphy and Gurman Secure Summary Judgment
February 20, 2019
Casey Murphy and Amanda Gurman secured summary judgment in a client’s favor, dismissing a third-party complaint brought against the client and obtaining judgment on the client’s cross-claims for contractual indemnification against a subcontractor. The action was a property damage action wherein the client was contracted to perform property management services.  However, the client subcontracted these …
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