Robert Fein of Marks O’Neill’s Elmsford office successfully represented a New York-based chiropractor before the New York State Education Department’s Office of Professional Discipline. The claimant alleged that the chiropractor caused claimant to sustain a severe neck injury and thereafter allegedly abandoned claimant during a course of chiropractic treatment. Following a full investigation into the […]

NYC Attorneys Prevail at Arbitration

Joel Maxwell and Joanna Zwosta prevailed in an arbitration action before the American Arbitration Association in a New York matter. The dispute arose after Claimant purchased a service contract for his air conditioning unit from our client and then sought service for a unit that was not covered under the governing service contract. Joel and […]

Court Dismisses Complaint and Compels Arbitration

Melissa Brown and Amanda King of our New Jersey office obtained dismissal of a nursing home malpractice case. Plaintiff alleged negligence under New Jersey’s Nursing Home Act. If proven, a violation of the Act would entitle Plaintiff to treble damages as well as attorney’s fees and costs. We filed a Motion to Compel Arbitration consistent […]

Mike Notartomas and Dave Madden of Marks O’Neill New Jersey Office Successfully Obtain Summary Judgment Motion

Mike Notartomas and Dave Madden of Marks O’Neill’s New Jersey office were successful in obtaining a grant of their Motion for Summary Judgment on behalf of their client in a personal injury matter filed in Superior Court of NJ, Middlesex County, Law Division. The plaintiff slipped and fell on black ice following the snow removal […]

Motion to Dismiss Granted in Opioid Litigation

Sean Kelly, Melissa Brown, and Brian Shotts of Marks O’Neill’s New Jersey office represented a pharmacy in a wrongful death claim action filed against the manufacturers and prescribers of various opioids. We filed a Motion to Dismiss arguing that there was no plausible cause of action pled under New Jersey Law against our pharmacy client.  After a persuasive oral argument by Brian Shotts, […]