OP-ED: FORMER ATTORNEY GENERAL, LRANY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR CALL ON NEW YORK LAWMAKERS TO REGULATE LAWSUIT CASH ADVANCES

OP-ED: FORMER ATTORNEY GENERAL, LRANY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR CALL ON NEW YORK LAWMAKERS TO REGULATE LAWSUIT CASH ADVANCES Lack of protections allowed legal funding firm to take advantage of 9/11 heroes, brain-injured NFL players Unchecked lawsuit lending is a “stain” on New York’s reputation ALBANY, NY – An op-ed by former Georgia Attorney General Thurbert Baker […]

Ireland’s Trespasser Liability Rules a Lesson for New York

By: Adam Morey In most jurisdictions, including almost all U.S. states, a property owner is not liable to a trespasser — or an uninvited guest — except in a few specific situations. Unfortunately, New York is not one of those states. So, according to state law, if a hiker is strolling through farmland without permission, and […]

New York Post: NYC’s Food Court

The New York Post has published an article highlighting a recent report from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’ Institute for Legal Reform entitled : The Food Court- Trends in Food and Beverage Class Action Litigation – the report found that 22% of food related class action lawsuits are filed in New York State. LRANY’s Tom Stebbins was quoted in […]