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Thanks for Making “The Daubert Dilemma” a Success!

Thank you to all of our guests who attended our first 2015 event, The Daubert Dilemma, this past Wednesday in New York City.The exciting event featured insight and analysis from experienced, well-versed speakers. A special thank you to our sponsors, we truly could not have held this event without your support. LRANY is looking forward […]

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LRANY Video Series: Daubert Standard of Evidence

This week, to continue the LRANY video series, we bring to you a video on the Daubert standard of evidence. Currently in New York, we use the “Frye” standard of evidence, which requires only one criterion be satisfied: is the theory “generally accepted?”.  This standard is inadequate at ensuring actions are founded on sound, reliable theories. […]

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LRANY Announces 2015 Schedule of Events

The Lawsuit Reform Alliance of New York is excited to announce our 2015 schedule of events.  For the first time, LRANY will be holding multiple educational and informational events throughout the year and across the state. These events will appeal to broad audiences. Both members and non-members alike are welcome to attend pending space limitations. The […]

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City & State Issue Spotlight: Law and Lawsuits

By: Kate Hobday This week, the legislative newspaper City & State focused nearly the entire issue on law and lawsuits. One was article entitled Better Late Than Never (page 18), and we at the Lawsuit Reform Alliance couldn’t agree more. The newspaper focused on several issues central to LRANY’s mission, including capping non-economic damage payouts, the Daubert standard, and the […]

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Pay The Witness Please

By: Michael Seinberg Do you have anything to say that might be worth $10,000 an hour? Most people don’t. But in a recent civil case, it seems at least one witness did. The case, a simple slip and fall filed against Cablevision would appear to be pretty routine. The plaintiff claimed she had tripped and […]