McLaughlin & Stern congratulates Ryan Tarnow, a partner in the West Palm Beach office, on the achievement of a Martindale-Hubbell AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating, awarded to only those lawyers with the highest ethical standards and professional ability. Ryan is an experienced trial lawyer who exclusively practices Marital and […]
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McLaughlin & Stern Files Suit On Behalf of New York Homeowner Challenging Rejection of Architectural Design on Subjective Grounds
The firm recently filed a lawsuit on behalf of a New York homeowner alleging that the Architectural Review Board of the Village of Scarsdale improperly denied his request for architectural approval on subjective grounds. In addition to challenging the denial itself, the firm is also challenging the subjective nature of the review board’s approval process, and our lawyers are seeking relief for the client on various constitutional grounds as well.
McLaughlin & Stern Secure Court Order Compelling Arbitration of Non-Compete Dispute in Employer-Employee Litigation
Companies often include mandatory arbitration clauses in their employment contracts. Requiring arbitration of employment-related disputes can help mitigate the costs of dispute resolution, and it can also help avoid publicity of claims filed both by and against the company’s employees.
By William T. Abel, Esq. Florida Law Re Medical Malpractice Florida Statute strictly governs medical malpractice claims. The Florida Legislature has imposed many restrictions on such claims and has also created many hurdles for claimants to overcome. Some of these include narrowly defining who can serve as an expert witness, […]