...location. Their lawyer, Marc J. Kurzman, of Sandak, Hennessey & Greco in Stamford, said the group intended to fix up...
...emerging standards." Stephen Conover, a partner with Sandak Hennessey & Greco in Stamford and a member of a steering committee that...
...a Holiday Inn, explained their lawyer, Marc J. Kurzman, of Sandak, Hennessey & Greco in Stamford. Kurzman said the group also owned...
The court clarifies that New York City Housing Authority's claim for asbestos property damage includes all the product types specified in its proof of claim and supplemental submission
...New York, NY. Marc J. Kurzman, Sandak Hennessey & Greco, LLP, Stamford, CT. For Eric Saretsky...
Individuals who claim they participated in ERISA-regulated plans that had accounts with Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities are not "customers" within the meaning of the Securities Investor Prote
Back in his heyday, Leonard F. Inzitari of Amendola & Nesi in East Haven was known for some serious moves: the reverse flying body press, the pile driver and the flying clothesline
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Leonard Inzitari, known in professional wrestling circles as Mario Mancini, reportedly used his stage name during a deposition and opposing counsel discovered that he's not licensed to practice law
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