...incident, Robertelli, a partner with the Hackensack, N.J., office of Rivkin Radler, and Adamo, an associate at the firm, represented the borough of...
...injury. Plaintiff's Attorneys: William Savino, Celeste M. Butera, Rivkin Radler, Uniondale, N.Y.; Brett A. Datto, Weir & Partners, Philadelphia....
A Montgomery County judge has ruled that an insurance broker and its employee are not entitled to indemnity under their "advertising injury" coverage for a $30 million judgment levied against them in
...s award this week. Prince's lawyer, Kenneth A. Novikoff of Rivkin Radler in Uniondale, N.Y., said his client would oppose the application...
...dollars per hour." The county was represented by Rivkin Radler of Uniondale. Mr. Ciampoli confirmed that William M. Savino, the managing...
An insurance company that is ultimately found not responsible for covering an insured in an underlying action is not entitled to the costs it already put out for defending the underlying action unles
In an insurance dispute involving a 2006 residential fire, a Nassau County, N.Y., judge has barred the defendant insurance company from introducing the results of a computerized "fire modeling" progr
Even the best run companies occasionally have dissatisfied customers. Traditionally, a customer dispute was commenced -- and on most occasions concluded -- in private, whether through phone calls, le
The interpretation of insurance policies indemnifying General Electric against liability for hundreds of millions of dollars in claims from polluted sites around the country, including the Hudson Riv
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