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For more information, contact: Michele Babcock, Managing Partner, Jacobowitz and Gubits LLP, 845-778-2121 PRESS RELEASE THREE ATTORNEYS AT JACOBOWITZ AND GUBITS ELECTED AS OFFICERS OF THE WOMEN’S WALDEN, NY – Jacobowitz and Gubits, LLP is pleased to announce that on June 22, 2022, Rebecca Johnson, Esq., an associate concentrating in matrimonial and family law, was…

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IS YOUR ONLINE WILL VALID? With promises of producing the exact forms that you need, for an unbelievable price, and in a matter of minutes, it’s no wonder that many people are opting for online services for their estate planning needs instead of seeking advice from a qualified attorney.  A Last Will and Testament can…

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OPEN MEETINGS LAW AMENDED TO PERMIT SOME REMOTE ATTENDANCE The Open Meetings Law was recently amended to permit public bodies to use videoconferencing to conduct open meetings under “extraordinary circumstances” without there being a declared state disaster emergency in effect. Public bodies seeking to use remote attendance must adopt a local law or ordinance to…

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Kelly A. Pressler, Esq. Recognized by Super Lawyers as Rising Star WALDEN, NY – The law firm of Jacobowitz and Gubits, LLP (J&G) is pleased to announce that Kelly A. Pressler, Partner concentrating in general, commercial, estate, and municipal litigation, was recognized by Super Lawyers as a 2021 Upstate New York Rising Star. …

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J&G WELCOMES NEW ATTORNEY KARA M. NELSON TO THE FIRM FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WALDEN, NY – Jacobowitz and Gubits, LLP is pleased to announce that a new attorney has joined the firm.  Kara M. Nelson has joined the firm’s Litigation Team as an Associate attorney concentrating in general litigation and landlord tenant matters. Pictured from…

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GAY RIGHTS ARE CIVIL RIGHTS (NY Times editorial headline 6/16/2020) On Monday, June 15, 2020, the United States Supreme Court issued a decision which extended workplace protections to millions of people across the United States. Justice Gorsuch, writing for a 6-3 majority, ruled that federal law prevents employers from firing workers for being lesbian, gay,…

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VIRTUALLY REOPENING THE CIVIL COURTHOUSE If you must bring a lawsuit against a person, a business, or for some other legal relief, you need to go to court. The New York State legal system never completely closed although, from mid-March to mid-May, it did pause almost all activity. That has now changed. It is now…

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THE HEALTH EMERGENCY AND PERSONAL INJURY LITIGATION All aspects of the practice of law have been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. From suspects who must appear in front of judges by video rather than in open court, to law-mandated board meetings that must now take place by Zoom, to the signing of Wills remotely rather…

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BUSINESS INTERRUPTION INSURANCE DURING CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC Are you concerned about business interruption and whether your insurance covers you? Here in the Hudson Valley, the coronavirus has spread rapidly. The state and local governments have responded with closure of non-essential businesses and “shelter in place” orders. Some businesses have fallen in the middle, open but restricted. This…

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  CIVIL LITIGATION IN THE TIME OF CORONAVIRUS If you have a civil litigation case that you want to begin, nothing will stand in your way. What happens thereafter, in light of coronavirus, is being determined anew almost daily. Like much of our country, the New York State court system has adapted and now embraced…

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