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D’Amato & Lynch Wins Major Victory in Setting Aside $2.28M Verdict

D’Amato & Lynch partners Thomas F. Breen and Peter Stroili, representing Liberty Mutual Insurance Company, successfully petitioned the New York Supreme Court in Suffolk County to set aside a jury verdict… Read More

October 9, 2018 Thomas F. Breen   Peter A. Stroili  

Business Law Today editor-in-chief, Jonathan Rubens, interviews Lenore Benessere

Business Law Today editor-in-chief, Jonathan Rubens, recently conducted an interview with Lenore Benessere regarding a recent BLT article entitled “The Rise and Danger of Virtual Assistants in the Workplace,” written by Robert D. Lang… Read More

August 7, 2018 Robert D. Lang   Lenore Benessere  

D’Amato & Lynch Secures Dismissal

D’Amato & Lynch partners Neal M. Glazer and Jan H. Duffalo, representing Ironshore Specialty Insurance Company, obtained dismissal on jurisdictional grounds of a Houston federal court lawsuit that Halliburton Energy Services Inc. brought as a… Read More

May 25, 2018

D’Amato & Lynch hosts Seminar on Arbitration of Insurance Disputes

D’Amato & Lynch hosted a seminar on Arbitration of Insurance Disputes in conjunction with the American Arbitration Association.  D’Amato & Lynch partners Mary Jo Barry and Peter Stroili participated in the panel discussion with the AAA’s… Read More

August 12, 2017

Veteran Employment and Media Lawyer Edward Copeland Joins D’Amato & Lynch

New York, New York, May 2017 — D’Amato & Lynch announces that Edward Copeland has joined the firm as a partner. Mr. Copeland has a… Read More

May 1, 2017

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Successfully Navigating Mediations from the Defense Perspective – Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee – ADR Choices: Volume 17, Issue 1

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November 2, 2018 • by Robert D. Lang   Andrew Harms  
D’amato & Lynch, LLP

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