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First Department Upholds Record $6.1M Ankle Injury Jury Award

[Colby Hamilton, New York Law Journal February 22, 2019] A record-setting jury $6.1 million pain-and-suffering award in an ankle fracture suit was upheld by an Appellate Division, First Department panel on Thursday. The plaintiff, Aminata Kromah, also saw her total verdict of $10.4 million upheld by the appellate…  Read More »


Due Process Claim Against Police Revived by Circuit

[Mark Hamblett, New York Law Journal June 17, 2015] A man who spent 18 years in prison after being wrongfully convicted of murder can pursue his claim that police identification procedures and witness coercion violated due process, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has ruled. Fernando Bermudez, exonerated of a 1991 shooting… Read More »

Unjust Conviction Claim Survives State Bid to Dismiss

 [Joel Stashenko, New York Law Journal July 9, 2014]  A judge has denied the state’s motion to dismiss Fernando Bermudez’s claim for unjust conviction for a murder of which he was found innocent after serving 18 years in prison. Court of Claims Judge Alan Marin (See Profile) rejected the state’s…Read More »

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