Joshpe Mooney Paltzik LLP filed a major lawsuit against New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center, as well as several doctors, hospital executives, and parties whose… Read More »JMP Launches Major Lawsuit Against New York-Presbyterian Hospital for Egregious Behavior
Joshpe Mooney Paltzik LLP filed a notice of claim against the City of New York for $25 million on behalf of the Estate of Sherena… Read More »JMP Files Notice of Claim Against City of New York and Issues Statement
This past week, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Iancu v. Brunetti, which challenges a refusal by the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB)… Read More »What the FUCT is This Trademark Case About?
A judge ruled that two state agencies, the Olympic Regional Development Authority (ORDA) and the State Inspector General’s Office (SIG) failed to comply with their… Read More »JMP Advances FOIL Lawsuit Following Decision
Many entrepreneurs are surprised to learn just how complicated and potentially perilous it can be for a company to issue executive compensation in the form… Read More »Is it Possible to Fix an 83(b) Oversight?
Successful entrepreneurs know that lawyers are indispensable to the growth of a company and a necessary expense—just like accountants are necessary for taxes and dentists… Read More »You Need Lawyers for More Than Legal Acumen
Most people have seen videos or imagery of, or at least heard about, the controversy involving Covington Catholic High School student, Nick Sandmann, and his… Read More »The Covington Catholic Controversy and Defamation 101
Remember Jonathan Martin, former offensive tackle with the Miami Dolphins, who went AWOL and left the team following a bullying scandal involving several of his… Read More »A Cautionary Tale of Social Media and Pro Sports Bullying