January 23, 2014

A recent Appellate Division, Second Department, decision, Williams v. Spencer-Hall, illustrates the application of the general rule that: When the driver of an automobile approaches another automobile from the rear, he or she is bound to maintain a reasonably safe rate of speed and control over his or her vehicle, and to exercise reasonable care…

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Below is plaintiff Robert Atkins’¬†complaint¬†against Metronome Events, recently filed in New York state court. Plaintiff, who worked as a bartender, alleges that he was paid $150 for each of 140 events he worked, and that defendants unlawfully withheld service charges and gratuities from him. He asserts claims under the New York Labor Law (namely, Labor…

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