Governor Cuomo Blocks Liquor License for New York City Caterer

Rose Group Park Avenue, a catering hall on the Upper East Side, hasn’t had much luck in the liquor license department. On Friday, January 10th, 2014, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo vetoed legislation that had previously been made specifically for the … Continue reading

Thinking About Going to Law School? Read This First…

Have your heart set on going to school? Things are changing in the world of law education. Some people are optimists, others are pessimists, and point of view seems to have a lot to do with a law student’s projected … Continue reading

The Basics of Civil Litigation

Civil litigation is a judicial process wherein two parties who are in a dispute resolve the problem through the court system. In the U.S., there are formal procedures and rules for every stage of the process. A civil litigation lawyer … Continue reading

Estate Planning: The Basics of Wills, Trusts & Estates

WILLS A will includes your instructions for what you want to occur after your death, including how you want your money and property to be distributed and who you choose to act as guardian to your children. When you die, … Continue reading