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Solo Practitioner Proves NY’s Street Art Can Be Worth Millions

A recent settlement sheds some light on art – not about censorship or decency, but when graffiti can be removed, or in this case, destroyed. Solo practitioner Jeannine Chanes of the Law Offices of Jeannine Chanes recently secured a victory and substantial award on...

Katten Represents Seller of Starrett City in New York

Katten announced the finalization of the $905 million sale of Spring Creek Towers (formerly known as Starrett City), the largest federally subsidized housing development in the country. It is home to approximately 15,000 residents in a complex that includes 5,881...

Freese & Goss and Matthews & Associates Secure Medical Device Verdict

Last week, Freese & Goss and Matthews & Associates successfully represented the plaintiff in a medical device/malpractice case against Cook Medical. The jury found that plaintiff Jeff Pavlock’s Cook Celect IVC filter implant in 2015 caused severe injuries, and after a...

Fee Smith Lawyers Continue Successful Defenses In Texas

The experience and prowess of the lawyers of Fee, Smith, Sharp & Vitullo (FSSV) has been evident in the firm’s recent defenses, further reflecting the firm’s recognition in Texas’ Leaders In The Law 2017. In May, senior partners William M. Toles and Scott W. Self...

Zarco Einhorn Salkowski & Brito Secures Tasty Verdict For Franchisee

Miami-based Zarco Einhorn Salkowski & Brito, P.A. set up camp in California to represent its clients -- franchisees of the El Pollo Loco restaurant chain in a territorial dispute with the franchise -- on a contingency basis. On May 1, a California jury found that El...

Rosenberg & Estis Victory Sets Rental Restabilization Precedent in NY

In late April, Rosenberg & Estis, P.C. and Amsterdam & Lewinter LLP won a landmark decision in the Court of Appeals of the State of New York, which impacts thousands of residents of rental apartments in New York City. The case, Altman v. 285 West Fourth LLC, prevents...