Artist Says Law School Hiding Murals Will Hurt His Reputation – Law360 Law360 (March 7, 2022, 3:27 PM EST) — The decision by the Vermont Law School to hide murals depicting scenes of American slavery behind walls hurts the creator’s reputation and should be viewed as an impermissible “modification” of the work […]
Partner Christian Browne Quoted In Newsday Regarding the “Automatic Stay” As It Applies to the Court’s Ruling on the Mask Mandate
Partner Christian Browne was quoted in a Newsday article, “Confusion for LI schools on status of mask mandate after state files appeal of court’s ruling”.
McLaughlin Stern Client Granted Hearing at Town of Hempstead Board of Appeals After Previously Being Denied Without an Explanation
McLaughlin Stern partner Christian Browne recently secured an important victory for a client seeking to modify certain conditions on the operation of its business in Uniondale.
Partner Christian Browne Secures Reversal of Board Decision Denying Zoning Approval for Residential Home Construction on Vacant Property
McLaughlin Stern partner Christian Browne recently secured the reversal of a zoning variance denial issued by the Town of Hempstead Board of Appeals (the “Board”). The Nassau County Supreme Court issued its decision in the case, John Picone vs. Town of Hempstead Board of Appeals, in December 2021.
Mclaughlin & Stern, LLP, one of New York’s most distinguished law firms, is pleased to announce that Brian J. Grieco has been promoted to Partner. Mr. Grieco is a business-focused lawyer who represents individual and corporate clients in an array of disciplines, including general corporate, succession planning, debtor and creditor […]