“Smart Homes” And The Future Of Business Litigation

lawsuit involving smart homes are beginning to emerge

Smart homes are houses that are designed to connect otherwise mundane features, like door locks, to the internet. Many technology and social observers believe these homes could be a sign of the future. But already, cases are beginning to emerge which indicates how liability could arise over them. The companies involved in creating smart homes […]

Lawsuit Against Amazon Over Coronavirus Safety Dismissed In New York

Coronavirus Lawsuit Against Amazon Dismissed

A federal judge in New York has dismissed a lawsuit against Amazon over an alleged lack of protections from coronavirus. The lawsuit concerns employees at one of Amazon’s facilities located in Staten Island. The judge said the issues in the suit should be raised with the Labor Department’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The lawsuit […]

Lawsuit Could Reveal Which Businesses Abused PPP Funds

abused PPP funds

The Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) was a popular government response to the coronavirus this past spring. But the money quickly ran out, and then the accusations started flying. Companies were found to have abused PPP funds.  Big businesses were said to have applied for funds that should have been sent to small businesses. Banks were […]

The Line Between False Advertising And “Puffery”

business litigation

New York consumers enjoy broad protections under state law against false advertising. Consumers have the right to receive truthful information about goods and services. A misunderstanding or customer dissatisfaction can quickly turn into a claim of false advertising. If this happens, your business may be on the receiving end of a claim that it has […]

Not all Contracts Can be Enforced In New York

Not all Contracts Can be Enforced In New York 1

If you’re defending against a breach of contract lawsuit, there are a number of legal strategies you could adopt. But sometimes a good defense is pointing out the weaknesses in the plaintiff’s case. Understanding your legal rights in a breach of contract civil suit means knowing the standards that apply. Working with an experienced New […]

Mark E. Jordan-Poinsette

Mark E. Jordan-Poinsette is an associate attorney at Rosenbaum & Taylor. Mark represents both individuals and businesses on a variety of legal issues including, Labor Law, products liability, premises liability, property damage, insurance coverage, and risk transfer. Mark handles all aspects of civil litigation including drafting pleadings, taking and defending depositions, and drafting and arguing […]

Leslie Luke

Leslie Luke is an associate attorney at Rosenbaum & Taylor, P.C. Leslie represents both businesses and individuals on a variety of legal issues, including personal injury, Labor Law, wrongful death, products liability, premises liability, property damage and contract and commercial disputes. She represents clients including property managers, property owners, real estate developers, service providers, maintenance […]

Dara L. Rosenbaum

Dara L. Rosenbaum is one of the founding partners of Rosenbaum & Taylor, P.C.  Dara represents both individuals and businesses on a variety of legal issues, including contract negotiation and drafting, business disputes, personal injury, wrongful death, Labor Law, products liability, mechanic’s liens, property damage and insurance.  She counsels and advises individuals and businesses on […]

Scott P. Taylor

Scott Taylor is one of the founding partners of Rosenbaum & Taylor, P.C. Scott represents both businesses and individuals on a variety of legal issues, including litigation, business disputes, contract drafting and negotiating, personal injury, wrongful death, Labor Law, products liability, property damage, and insurance. Scott counsels and advises his clients on transactional matters and […]