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Associate Teresa L. Staiano Admitted to the New York State Bar

Lewis Johs is proud to announce that Associate Teresa L. Staiano has been admitted to the New York State Bar at an admissions ceremony held with the Appellate Division Second Judicial Department on July 14, 2022. Teresa received her Juris Doctorate from Hofstra University School of Law in December 2021. She recently joined Lewis Johs… read more

Attorney Rosa M. Feeney Published in Primerus Publication

Rosa M. Feeney, Esq., the firm’s Director of Client Relations and Development and Senior Counsel, was published in the July 2022 publication of the Primerus Lady Lawyer which focused on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the workplace. Her article entitled “Diversity, Equity and Inclusion: How Does Your Firm Stack Up?”, addresses the origins and meaning… read more

Partners Jim Connors and Greg Mondelli present at the 2022 ExecuSummit

Lewis Johs was a proud sponsor of the 4th Annual Long Term Care Insurance ExecuSummit at Mohegan Sun in Connecticut.  This was the first gathering of litigation and insurance experts from across the nation since the Covid-19 pandemic impacted the Long Term Care industry.  Partners Jim Connors and Greg Mondelli led a discussion on the… read more

Lewis Johs Hosts Three Law Students For Summer Associate Program

Lewis Johs is proud to announce that our Summer Associate Program has commenced for 2022. “We are extremely pleased to host and mentor three talented law students this year.  During the course of the Program, the students will be trained in various skill sets and will have an opportunity to work on real cases, outside… read more

Senior Counsel Jessica Klotz Published in Primerus Publication

Senior Counsel Jessica Klotz authored an article on The PAID Act, a federal statute, which was published in this edition of Paradigm magazine.  The Provide Accurate Information Directly (PAID) Act was signed into law on December 11, 2020 and becomes effective December 11, 2021. This Act makes it easier for self-insured entities and liability insurance carriers to ascertain to… read more

Lewis Johs Partnered with Greenport Harbor Brewery for Community Outreach Event

In honor of New York State’s Overdose Awareness Day on September 9th,  Lewis Johs partnered with Greenport Harbor Brewery and held an informative presentation on NY’s Good Samaritan Law presented by Partner Jordan Palatiello.  In light of the recent overdose tragic fatalities on Long Island, the firm is committed to advocating for public safety by… read more

Rosa M. Feeney appointed as Director of Client Relations and Development for Lewis Johs

LJAA is pleased to announce that Rosa M. Feeney, Esq. has joined the firm as a Senior Counsel and Director of Client Relations and Development. While Rosa has been with the firm as Counsel for years, she is taking on this new role to provide the highest level of service to our clients and assure that our clients are fully informed and engaged in… read more

Senior Associate Kevin D. Clinton Discusses Legal Malpractice Claims at Primerus Seminar

On August 25, 2021, Senior Associate Kevin D. Clinton was one of the presenters at Primerus’s Professional Liability Virtual Seminar.  Kevin discussed New York’s Executive Orders issued during the COVID-19 pandemic and their ambiguous language.  The Orders have sparked debate among New York practitioners as to whether the Orders imposed tolls, or suspensions, of certain civil practice time limits.  Kevin addressed recent New York appellate case law, which… read more

Partner Jeff Pincus Co-Chairs Transportation Lawyers Association’s Annual Conference

Partner Jeff Pincus was honored to have co-chaired this year’s annual conference for the Transportation Lawyers Association (TLA). The TLA is a national association of lawyers who concentrate their practice in the transportation industry. This three-day conference focused on issues in the transportation industry and included panel programs on casualty, logistics and current regulations from… read more

Be Careful Before Hitting Send – The First Department Clarifies the Issue of Settlement Via E-mail

In a decision likely to have far reaching effects, a unanimous Appellate Division, First Department found that the distinction between a prepopulated and re-typed signature in an e-mail is a “needless formality that does not reflect how law is commonly practiced today.” Tellingly, the Court held that it is not the signoff that controls but… read more

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