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March 2020

As of the total number of cases of COVID-19 continues to rise, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more and more businesses have closed their doors and sent their employees home to work. Many people may be finding it difficult to stay stuck inside during self-quarantine.... Read more →


March 8th marks International Women’s Day 2020 - a day dedicated to the celebration, remembrance and recognition of women across industry, racial and national lines. This annual holiday, surrounded by Women’s History Month, recognizes women’s contributions to society as a whole as well as the barriers still before them all... Read more →


Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) The costs associated with the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) are mounting. Throughout the world, governments, businesses and individuals are taking action against the threat, and reality, of a pandemic event. The Coronavirus has already affected many organizations, causing business disruptions and supply chain issues. Still, despite warnings... Read more →


The New York Appellate Divisions, in both the First and Second Departments, recently reaffirmed that a party’s failure to demonstrate that an attorney’s actions proximately caused their alleged damages is fatal to a legal malpractice action. The First Department decision of Marder’s Antique Jewelry, Inc. v. Bolton, 2020 NY Slip... Read more →