Contributor Page
Moritt, Hock & Hamroff LLP
Email  |  Website  |  Articles
Contact Details
Fax: +1 516 8732010
400 Garden City Plaza
Garden City, New York
United States
By Leslie Berkoff
Mediation is a collaborative process that allows parties to resolve a pending dispute in a manner that is far more flexible than that which can be achieved under a court decision.
By Leslie Berkoff
Recently, the judges of the Bankruptcy Court of the Southern District of New York issued three decisions addressing Chapter 15 the United States' adoption of the Model Law on Cross Border Insolvency (Model Law).
By Marc Hamroff, Robert Tils
Forum selection clauses are favored by most courts in most jurisdictions, as a contractual mechanism to provide certainty with respect ...
By Laurie B. Kazenoff
The United States Internal Revenue Service is warning taxpayers to evaluate their current withholding rates and their proper estimated payments for 2018, or else they may have a nasty surprise ...
By Henry Goldberg, Robert Fryman
The processing of change orders by many New York public agencies can be challenging. This is particularly so with the NYC School Construction Authority (SCA).
By Leslie Berkoff
April 2018 was a very busy month for the interpretation and application of Chapter 15 in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court ...
By Henry Goldberg
The public agency had challenged the claimant's entitlement to additional payment for 56 specific change orders.
By David Cohen, Kelly Schneid
Construction on real property can be complicated and expensive, but nowhere is this more accurate than in New York City.
By Stephen Brodsky
Venture capital firms and their members are frequent targets of securities litigation. It is quite common for plaintiffs in securities suits to name them as defendants, along with others ...
By Henry Goldberg, Michael J. Hogan
The New York Court of Appeals (New York's highest court) recently held that being named as an additional insured on a Certificate of Insurance might not, by itself, provide any coverage for additional insureds.
By Stephen Brodsky
New York is often thought of as a center for commercial arbitration, whether for straightforward contract disputes ...
By Robert M. Finkel, Laurie B. Kazenoff, Michelle Espey
On Thursday, June 21, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court decided the South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. case, holding that internet retailers can be required to collect sales tax in
By Jonathan Trafimow, Caitlyn M. Ryan
The number of psychiatric disability discrimination claims brought under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 has been increasing significantly in recent years
By Henry Goldberg
As I have often maintained on these pages, public construction is a rough business.
By Leslie Berkoff, Stephen Breidenbach
This article will identify the various means by which third parties can easily access data, what data theft can lead to, and how several organizations, including healthcare companies...
Contributor's Topics