Congratulations to Samantha E. Quinn for back to back victories, both resulting in dismissals for our clients, in the Second Department on November 9th! In Li v. Joffee, et al, we prevailed in overturning the order of the Supreme Court, Queens County, which declared service on our client, a foreign resident, appropriate despite failure of the […]
Schiavetti Corgan DiEdwards Weinberg & Nicholson, LLP is pleased to announce that Stephanie Campbell has been elected to serve on the Board of Directors of AHRMNY for the 2022-2024 term. Congratulations Steph!
Schiavetti, Corgan, DiEdwards, Weinberg & Nicholson, LLP is proud to have been recognized as a long-time supporter – over 15 years – of Montefiore Nyack Hospital at Monday’s 33rd Annual Northeastern Anesthesia & Montefiore Nyack Hospital Annual Golf Classic. A great day for a great cause!
Schiavetti, Corgan, DiEdwards, Weinberg & Nicholson, LLP received a favorable decision last week in Supreme Court, New York County, wherein the Honorable George J. Silver granted summary judgment to client physicians in a maternal death case involving a 37 year-old woman who died following delivery due to a ruptured liver capsule. Eric Mishara, Stephanie Campbell and Laura Yenchman were instrumental […]
Congratulations to Samantha Quinn for a win in the First Department.
David Sisskind is the winner of our 9 week office steps challenge! David came in first place with an impressive 613,512 steps. Second place went to Julia London with 480,726 steps, and Samantha Quinn got third place with 347,251 steps. Great job to all who participated!
Congratulations to Suhlail Villa for a win last week in Supreme Court, Kings County, wherein the Honorable Francois Rivera dismissed plaintiff’s complaint as to our client hospital based upon plaintiff’s failure to re-commence the action and serve defendants within 6 months as required under CPLR §205(a). The Court held that it did not have discretion to extend […]
Congratulations to Jack Corgan for a win this week in Supreme Court, New York County, wherein the Honorable Ellen Rakower found that a ureteral stent was a fixation device and not a “foreign object” resulting in dismissal of the case against our client physician.
Congratulations to David Sisskind for his most recent defense verdict! The 43 year old plaintiff’s case centered around an allegedly negligent bariatric surgery, after which she underwent 30 subsequent surgical procedures, including a complete gastrectomy, splenectomy and gastro-jenunostomy. Plaintiff’s counsel, Robert F. Danzi, demanded $3.5 million to settle the case and asked $5 million of the jury.
Gerald DiEdwards achieved a unanimous defense verdict in a Supreme Court, Nassau County Action before Justice Feinman on February 5, 2019. Plaintiff’s attorneys, Rheingold Guiffra Ruffo & Plotkin claimed that a contraindicated and unnecessary colonoscopy led to permanent bowel damage necessitating a permanent, lifelong colostomy. The amount demanded of the jury $1,000,000.