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September 2016 Archives

Drivers, not manufacturers, still responsible for poor decisions behind the wheel

As distracted driving continues to be an important safety issue, manufacturers are exploring more ways to reduce the temptation for drivers to pick up their phones. It’s a work in progress, though, and manufacturers are entirely sure about how and whether to implement the developing technologies. Depending on how product liability law develops around the issue, manufacturers could end up being forced to develop such technologies or face civil liability for failing to take steps to prevent distracted driving.

Dealing with insurance disputes after a motor vehicle accident, P.2

In our last post, we began looking at the topic of insurance bad faith. As we noted, most people will probably have a sense of when their insurance carrier is not dealing with them fairly, but not always, and they may have difficulty pinpointing exactly how the insurance company has breached its duty of good faith and fair dealing.  

Philip Taubman to being selected to the New York Metro 2016 Super Lawyers list

Taubman, Kimelman and Soroka LLP would like to announce, as well as congratulate Philip Taubman to being selected to the New York Metro 2016 Super Lawyers list within the Employment and Labor practice area! Philip has been nominated by his peers and has been consistently selected to the Super Lawyers list, which is limited to 5% of practicing attorneys!

Dealing with insurance disputes after a motor vehicle accident

Insurance is a crucial resource for those who have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, and for those who end up causing an accident. The more serious the injuries, the more important it is that a policyholder receive coverage due to him or her under the policy, or that the insurance company provide liability coverage. In motor vehicle accident cases, of course, it is not uncommon for insurance issues to arise, and working with an experienced attorney is critical to protecting a policyholder’s rights and interests.

NY AG settles case against TX company concerning non-compete agreements

For business, protecting confidential information is important to maintain competitiveness in the marketplace. Businesses can take a number of steps to protect confidential information, including making use of intellectual property protections and identifying trade secrets and establishing policies to secure them. 

New York woman sues over ankle injury on glass slide, P.2

Previously, we began looking at several issues at play in a lawsuit filed by a New York woman who was injured on an outdoor glass tower slide and who accused the managers and operators of the slide of negligence. As we noted, whether the managers and owners had control of the property on which the woman was hurt, and whether they had notice of the dangerous condition, are two issues at play in the case.

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