Troubling Trend or Aberration article by WFR The attached is an article recently published in The Reporter for New York State Association of School Business Officials written by William F. Ryan, Jr. The article addresses the abolition of the school business official position.
In Black Riv. Plumbing, Heating & A.C., Inc. v Bd. of Educ. Thousand Is. Cent. Sch. Dist., ___AD3d___, 2019 NY Slip Op 06321 [4th Dept 2019]), a contractor alleged that it was wrongfully terminated and sought to recover the value of its unpaid work. In opposition, the owner claimed that the work was defective and [...]
The Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Third Department, issued its decision today affirming the lower court’s decision granting a preliminary injunction to various property owners who are challenging the imposition of fines for short term rentals. The property owners are represented by Tabner, Ryan & Keniry, LLP ( William F. Ryan, Jr. and Brian M. Quinn [...]
William F. Ryan, Jr., Esq. from Tabner, Ryan & Keniry, LLP wrote a piece in The Reporter for the Association of School Business Officials of New York. Mr. Ryan highlights the facts of the Janus decision and what it means for municipal employers. Click the link below to view the article. Contact us or comment [...]
Congratulations to business litigation lawyers William F. Ryan, Jr. and Keith M. Goldstein for their superior advice in a multi-million dollar acquisition between Purshe Kaplan Sterling Investments, as seller and Wentworth Management Services, LLC, as purchaser. Read the details concerning the acquisition by clicking here.
Judge Orders Mt. Sinai Hospital to Settlement Conference in Whistleblower Case. On May 16, 2017, Judge Richard M. Berman, of the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, issued a decision and order in a healthcare fraud whistleblower case against New York City - based Mount Sinai Hospital, denying, in part, [...]
In a recent victory, the appellate court reversed a family court decision that had unreasonably limited a mother’s parental rights. In that decision, the family court granted the child’s paternal grandparents visitation after the child’s father passed away. The child’s mother sought to modify the order by reducing the grandparents visitation with the child. The [...]
Thomas R. Fallati will be one of the panelists for the Investigating and Preventing Employee Misconduct: From Cybersecurity to Fraud program, being held on April 6, 2017 at the Shaker Ridge Country Club from 8:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Learn more about the panelists by Clicking here. You can register for the event by Clicking [...]
Bill Ryan and Brian Quinn attended the Association of Towns Conference in New York on Sunday February 19, 2017. The firm has been attending the Association of Towns Conference for the past twenty years. The Association of Towns was established in 1933. The Association serves town governments by providing trainging programs, legal services, research, technical assistance [...]
Part II: Practice Tips Requesting and Preparing for the SCPA 1404 Examination in New York To challenge a will, you have the option to file objections either on or before the return date of the probate citation or after a SCPA 1404 examination. You must generally make this election on or before the first appearance. [...]