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Duane Roork, Thomas York, Jose Gomez Injured in Crash on Highway 20 Near Lakeshore Boulevard

3 Injured in Head-on Accident in Nice Nice, CA (March 19, 2019) – Three people were injured in a multi-vehicle crash in Nice. The accident occurred on the morning of March […] The post Duane Roork, Thomas York, Jose Gomez Injured … Continue reading

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New York Medical Malpractice Attorney Ben Rubinowitz to lecture at the American Urologic Association’s Annual Meeting 2019

Our managing partner, NYC Medical Malpractice Lawyer Ben Rubinowitz is honored to be invited to the American Urologic Association’s Annual Meeting 2019 held in Chicago, May 3-6 2019. There he will have the opportunity to speak with Practicing Physicians and … Continue reading

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Individuals serving a public entity as independent contractors are not eligible for member service credit in a New York State public retirement system

Petitioner, a member of the New York State and Local Employees' Retirement System [NYSERS], applied for retirement service credit attributed to his alleged employment by Nassau County for a period running from October 15, 1974 to December 19, 1976. His … Continue reading

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J’Accuse !!!!: New York Broker Michael Fasciglione Suspended by FINRA. Claims settled for $525,000 and $80,000

Two FINRA claims were filed involving Michael Fasciglione’s and National Securities Corporation. The claims allege suitability, breach of contract, breach of fiduciary duty, negligence, and/or churning. The claims were settled for $525,000 and $80,000. FINRA reports of 6 other settled … Continue reading

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New York Takes the Next Step in Implementing Its Energy Storage Roadmap

The retail storage incentives will be available for storage projects that operate primarily to reduce a customer’s electric demand to off-peak periods and discharge during peaks to relieve grid constraints. Read more detail on Recent Administrative Law posts – Justia … Continue reading

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