The Firm will proudly celebrate its’ milestone 200th anniversary on Nov. 20th, 2013 at The Lucas Confectionary in Troy, NY! The event will feature a paired wine and beer tasting, a delicious assortment of horderves and confections and music to lift the spirits.
Trial testimony in City of Troy v. 1776 6th Ave. Troy, LLC (Judge Development) concluded yesterday. The dispute involves claims for breach of contract associated with commercial real estateused for the former Troy City Hall. The City is ueing for $400,000.+ based upon 1776’s breach of the terms of the lease. The case was tried by Michael E.…
The Pattison Firm recently received a favorable decision in the $30Mil. lawsuit involving claimed violations of the Constitution and other related assertions involving government administration, in Your Place LLC v. City of Troy. The trial was handled by Michael E. Ginsberg Esq. who successfully defended the City at trial. The news articles can be found at: http://www.troyrecord.com/general-news/20131025/judge-dismisses-business-owners-suit-against-the-city-of-troy http://www.timesunion.com/local/article/Troy-adult-business-loses-ruling-4921216.php
Michael E. Ginsberg, Esq. obtained a favorable trial verdict of dismissal in McInerny v. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Plaintiff had alleged discrimination in violation of the Americans With Disabilities Act. The Court found that Plaintiff had been granted all of his requested accommodations and that he was not discriminated against. The full decision is below. UNITED STATES…
The Senior Partner of Pattison Sampson Ginsberg & Griffin, P.C. received the “Ebby Award” at the Rensselaer County Regional Chamber of Commerce’s 2013 Van Rensselaer awards dinner. Congratulations!!
Congratulations to Firm Atty. Don Shanley for his success in having Mitchel v. City of Troy discontinued. This matter involved a labor/HR issue which was resolved in our clients favor. Great job Don!