Our Firm and its attorneys are proud to have participated in the creation of jurisprudential precedent in various substantive areas of law through both the authorship of journal articles cited by Appellate courts, and the representation of clients in cases which have received some notoriety. Some of these are described below:
- Ras, Luis F., Warsaw’s Wingspan Over State Laws: Towards a Streamlined System of Recovery, 59 Journal of Air Law & Commerce 587 (1994), cited in Tseng v. El Al Israel Airlines, Ltd., 122 F.3d 99 (2d Cir. 1997)
- Bryan v. America West Airlines, (E.D.N.Y. 2005). A case involving the jurisdiction of federal courts over pre-suit discovery permitted under State law, under the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
- Sanchez v. Bacque, (N.D.N.Y. 2008). A case involving the scope of responsibility of volunteer or charitable workers for injuries due to their conduct.
- Rampersad v. City of New York, (1st Dep’t 2007). A case featured in the industry leading periodical New York Law Journal involving the responsibility of a party to provide appropriate and timely responses to court ordered discovery.
- Tower v. State of New York, (Court of Claims 2007). A case involving the proper scope of additional claims asserted against the State for bridge collapse disaster that State was aware of at the time earlier claims were filed by other parties.