Toys for tots has begun!

Must be NEW and UNWRAPPED toys. Can be toys for any age. Ends 12/17/21. Drop of location is at our office at 3333 New Hyde Park Road, Suite 211, New Hyde Park, NY 11042. For information, contact 516-627-7000 or email info@weisszarett.com.

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WEISS ZARETT WINS REVERSAL ON APPEAL AND DISMISSAL OF TORTIOUS-INTERFERENCE CLAIMS

By Michael D. Brofman, Esq. & Michael J. Spithogiannis, Esq.Email Michael BrofmanEmail Michael Spithogiannis Imagine winning litigation after being a defendant in a contract dispute and then having the plaintiff start another suit arising out of the same contract but on a different theory.  That is essentially the issue that Weiss Zarett faced recently in its […]

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Weiss Zarett Defeats Preliminary Injunction Application Related To Client’s 11 Year Use Of Trade Name

By Michael D. Brofman, Esq. & Joshua D. Sussman, Esq.Email MichaelEmail Joshua The motion, called a preliminary injunction application, was heard Tuesday before the United States District Court for Eastern District of New York within three days of lawsuit being commenced. At argument before the Judge, after the Court noted that the competitor had not […]

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PODCAST: WHEN THE DOCTOR MIGHT NEED A LAWYER WITH MATT LEVY.

More than 70% of medical practices are committing healthcare fraud, but they are not all criminals. According to healthcare attorney Mathew J. Levy, Esq., Shareholder and Director of Weiss Zarett Brofman Sonnenklar & Levy, PC and co-chair of the Firm’s corporate transaction and healthcare regulatory practice, many providers are simply using out of date codes, […]

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Licensure & Liability Concerns for Physicians, Other Healthcare Professionals, Medical Residents, and Students During the Ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic

By Jessica Woodrow, Esq.Email the Author As the COVID-19 pandemic continues and New Yorkers adjust to mandatory social distancing measures, many healthcare providers across the state have expressed concerns about licensure, both generally and about scope of practice and liability issues in particular. In response to the ongoing emergency, Governor Cuomo has signed a series […]

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Infusion of Private Equity into Healthcare Marketplace Presents Both Opportunities and Challenges for Physicians and Investors

By Alan H. Sonnenklar, Esq. & Seth A. Nadel, Esq. Faced with the growing challenge of finding attractive investment opportunities, private-equity firms have increasingly turned to the healthcare industry to bolster returns for themselves and their investors.  In 2017, according to one estimate, the disclosed value of healthcare-related private equity deals reached roughly $42.6 billion.  […]

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Financing for Medical Practices and Small Businesses

By Michael D. Brofman, Esq. Business financing is commonplace in today’s economy in order to provide steady cash flow.  Most standard business financing is asset based; meaning that it is based upon advancing money up to a percentage of the accounts receivable that are deemed by the lender to be “eligible” (usually meaning not over […]

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