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Alejandra R. Gil, Partner, was recently elected Vice President of the Hudson Valley Hispanic Bar Association (HVHBA)
In June 2018, the Latino Judges Association, in conjunction with prominent Hispanic judges and attorneys from the Hudson Valley, began the groundwork for a Hispanic bar association. Concurrently, the Westchester County Access to Justice, Immigrant Rights and Services Sub-committee assessed the legal needs of Hispanics in the Hudson Valley and committed to ensuring that a ...
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Action Arising From Report of Child Abuse Dismissed by Supreme Court, New York County
HPM&B successfully obtained a dismissal on behalf of a pediatrician affiliated with a major medical institution.  Plaintiffs, parents of an infant-patient, claimed that the pediatrician improperly reported them to child protective services because of a personal animus towards the parents.  Plaintiffs’ Complaint asserted causes of action for negligence, gross negligence, negligent infliction of emotional distress, ...
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Congratulations to all HPM&B attorneys who were included in the 2020 New York Super Lawyers List
HPM&B is proud to announce that 10 attorneys have been selected to the Super Lawyers 2020 New York Metro Rising Stars list and 4 attorneys to the 2020 New York Metro Super Lawyers list.  Each year, no more than 2.5 percent of the lawyers in New York are selected by the research team at Super ...
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Seven HPM&B Attorneys Selected as “Best Lawyers.”
Congratulations to Charles Bach, Peter DeNoto, Robin Dolsky, Robert Gibson, Andrew Neubardt, Daniel S. Ratner and Michael Sullivan for being selected as “Best Lawyers” by their peers for the 2021 New York City edition of The Best Lawyers in America. Best Lawyers is the oldest and most highly respected peer-review guide to the legal profession worldwide. https://lnkd.in/ey554wn
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PRACTICE UPDATE: COVID-19 LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY FOR HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS EXPANDED IN NY AND CT
New York   On April 3, 2020, the Governor of New York signed into law the Emergency Disaster Treatment Protection Act.  The law (S.07506), which was enacted as part of an amended state budget, expands qualified immunity for health care institutions and providers during the COVID-19 public health emergency.   The law protects health care facilities ...
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Coronavirus Update: Gov. Cuomo’s Executive Order 202.10 (3/23/20)
Qualified Immunity   Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order provides that all physicians, physicians assistants, specialist assistants, nurse practitioners, licensed registered nurses and licensed practical nurses “shall be immune from civil liability for any injury or death alleged to have been sustained directly as a result of an act or omission in the course of providing medical ...
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