In her Trusts and Estates Update column, Ilene Sherwyn Cooper of Farrell Fritz, examines decisions addressed to matters affecting discovery in the Surrogate?s Court, including the privilege respectin
In his Zoning and Land Use Planning column, Anthony S. Guardino of Farrell Fritz, states: Local governments must meet various deadlines when considering zoning-related applications. But a municipalit
...Among the firms challenging the subpoenas are: Harris Beach in Rochester; Farrell Fritz of Uniondale; Hiscock & Barclay of Manhattan; Ruskin Moscou Faltischek of...
In her State Environmental Regulation column, Charlotte A. Biblow, a partner at Farrell Fritz, writes that according to the state Department of Environmental Conservation, the price differential betw
...Martone & Leistman [Michael R. Martone and Michael P. Guerriero], and Farrell Fritz, P.C. [Arthur K. Feldman], of counsel, Santemma & Deutsch LLP...
Five firms announce new additions, while four have announced promotions
... DISTINCTION Farrell Fritz (Uniondale, N.Y.): Kathryn Cole has been installed as...
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...Harrison's New York office. • Farrell Fritz counsel Kathryn Carney Cole has been installed as...
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