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MOODK Participates in Women’s History Month

In honor of Women’s History Month, the Diversity & Inclusion Committee of Marks, O’Neill, O’Brien, Doherty & Kelly, P.C. organized a monetary donation collection from the New York and Tarrytown offices for Bottomless Closet, a non-profit organization that empowers New York City women in need to enter the work force, by offering clothing, accessories, resume […]

MOODK ATTORNEYS OBTAIN ACQUITTAL OF PROFESSIONAL MISCONDUCT CHARGES FOR FINGER LAKES- BASED CHIROPRACTOR

MOODK’s Robert Fein, Esq. and James Skelly, Esq. of the Westchester County office successfully acquitted a Finger Lakes-based chiropractor before the New York State Education Department’s Office of Professional Discipline against charges of Professional Misconduct.  It was alleged therein that the chiropractor was practicing under the influence and was not comporting with COVID-related safety measures.  […]

U.S. Supreme Court Rules on Scope of Personal Jurisdiction

On March 25, 2021, the U.S. Supreme Court expanded the test established for personal jurisdiction by holding that a causal link to the cause of action is not necessary to establish specific jurisdiction over a non-resident defendant.  Ford Motor Co. v. Montana Eighth Judicial District Court, et al. 592 U.S. _____ (2021).  Instead, the Court […]

MOODK ATTORNEYS OBTAIN ACQUITTAL OF PROFESSIONAL MISCONDUCT CHARGES FOR NEW YORK CITY-BASED CERTIFIED SOCIAL WORKER

MOODK’s Robert Fein, Esq. and James Skelly, Esq. of the Westchester County office successfully acquitted a NYC-based Licensed Certified Social Worker before the New York State Education Department’s Office of Professional Discipline against charges of Professional Misconduct.  It was alleged therein that the Social Worker’s treatment inflicted emotional harm upon a prior client.  Mr. Fein […]

MOODK ATTORNEYS OBTAIN ACQUITTAL OF PROFESSIONAL MISCONDUCT CHARGES FOR BROOKLYN-BASED CHIROPRACTOR

MOODK’s Robert Fein, Esq. and James Skelly, Esq. of the Westchester County office successfully acquitted a Brooklyn-based chiropractor before the New York State Education Department’s Office of Professional Discipline against charges of Professional Misconduct.  It was alleged therein that the chiropractor’s treatment was unnecessary and ineffective.  Mr. Fein and Mr. Skelly effectively argued that the […]

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