No. The plaintiff sued his landlord for damages for injuries stemming from an assault by another tenant. He alleged that the landlord was negligent for failing to keep the premises free from known dangerous conditions. He appealed from the grant of summary judgment to the landlord by Erie County Supreme Court. The New York State […]
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Was your child injured because of the negligence of someone else? Learn your rights pertaining to these Buffalo child injury case facts in this article. Injured Child Cases There’s nothing more upsetting when you see your child injured or you hear about your child being injured if you don’t happen to be there at the […]
On February 17, 2020, the Boy Scouts of America announced that it was filing for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy, a decision with far-reaching implications for survivors of childhood sexual abuse at the hands of Scout leaders and other adults within the organization. Most significantly, if survivors wish to recover damages from the Boy Scouts of America […]
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New York landlords, frustrated with Covid-19 eviction moratoriums, are taking the law into their own hands with unlawful lock-outs, utility shut-offs and other harassment of nonpaying tenants. New York’s Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Act of 2019 created new protections for tenants, including RPAPL § 768 which makes it a Class A misdemeanor for a […]
New York landlords have filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York against New York Governor Cuomo to nullify his executive order (“EO”) limiting evictions during the COVID-19 crisis. The EO imposes an additional moratorium on nonpayment evictions of residential or commercial tenants who are eligible for unemployment insurance […]