2021 Best Lawyers in America® Lists Recognize 18 Garfunkel Wild Attorneys, Names One “Lawyer of the Year”

August 20, 2020

  Eighteen Garfunkel Wild attorneys were selected by their peers for inclusion in 2021 The Best Lawyers in America® guide and the Best Lawyers “Ones to Watch” list. In addition, Partner/Director Greg E. Bloom was honored as the Long Island “Lawyer of the Year” in the area of Health Care Law. Best Lawyers selects only one …

Summer 2017 – Health Law Case Summaries

October 25, 2017

Click here to read the article. Appellate Division Upholds Decision Barring Medical Provider From Recovering First-Party No-Fault Benefits Based on Insurers’ Fraudulent Incorporation Defense In Split with Second Department, Third Department Finds “Soft Cap” on Executive Compensation for Covered Health Care Providers Unconstitutional New York Supreme Court Holds That Patient Medical Records Received by Organ Procurement …

Spring 2017 – Health Law Case Summaries

May 23, 2017

Click here to read the article. Second Circuit Court of Appeals Holds That Pharmacist With Fear of Needles Has No Claim Under the ADA Appellate Division Upholds City’s Salt Labeling Rule Appellate Division Upholds New York City Ordinance Imposing the Same Restrictions on Electronic Cigarettes as on the Use of Conventional Cigarettes Second Circuit Finds …

Winter 2016 – Health Law Case Summaries

December 13, 2016

Click here to read the article. Third Department Upholds Revocation of Physician-Lawyer’s Medical License Following Conviction for Stealing Money From Clients’ Escrow Accounts Third Department Grants Hospital’s Motion to Convert a Physician’s Article 78 Proceeding into an Injunctive Action under Public Health Law §2801-c, and Upholds Suspension and Denial of Surgeon’s Hospital Privileges Court of Appeals Holds That Hospital and Treating Physician Violated Patient’s Privacy Rights …

Summer/Fall 2016 – Health Law Case Summaries

September 27, 2016

Click here to read the article. Appellate Division Upholds New York’s Criminal Ban Against Provision of “Aid-in-Dying” to Mentally Competent, Terminally Ill Patients Court of Appeals Holds That No Fault Insurers Are Not Required to Pay Facility Fees of Office-Based Surgery Practices Appellate Division Upholds Department Of Health’s “Mask- Wearing Regulation” for Health Care Personnel …