New York Differs From ABA Model Rules on Handling Legal Retainers
Should Retainer Funds be Held in Escrow?The American Bar Association’s Standing Committee on Ethics and Professional Responsibility recently published Formal Opinion 505,... Read More
What Happens if a Client Disputes a Lawyer’s Charge Posted on a Credit Card?
In New York, there are multiple avenues for clients to dispute attorneys’ fees, such as in court or through a Part 137... Read More
Can New York Attorneys Designate “Inactive Status”?
Lawyers often ask me how they can set their registration status to “inactive” to avoid paying the biennial $375 registration fee. Unlike... Read More
Hackers Target Law Firms and Local Governments
Earlier this year, Forbes reported growing numbers in both the amount of cyber attacks and their rates of effectiveness. While every demographic... Read More
Health Care Workers: You are protecting the public. Is your employer protecting you?
On behalf of everyone at Tesser, Ryan & Rochman, LLP, we want to express our utmost gratitude to all healthcare workers both... Read More
TRR Partners Selected to Super Lawyers List
We are happy to announce that Managing Partner Gregory Ryan and Senior Partner Lewis Tesser were selected for the 2018 New York... Read More
Attorneys Lew Tesser and Randy Tesser Write Article for NY Engineers
The New York State Society for Professional Engineers is a voluntary organization for licensed engineers in the State of New York. They serve... Read More
Partner Lewis Tesser Named Chair of New York Attorney-Client Fee Dispute Resolution Program
TRR Partner Lew Tesser was recently appointed Chair of the New York Attorney-Client Fee Dispute Resolution (FDRP). The FDRP is a program... Read More
Lew Tesser Discusses Role of Lawyers in Society, in Saturday Evening Post
Partner Lew Tesser recently published an article, “In Defense of Lawyers,” in the Saturday Evening Post. In his article, Tesser dispels the... Read More
Are Pharmacists health care providers?
By Gregory J. Ryan Pharmacists are licensed by the New York State Education Department. As licensed professionals, pharmacists’ practices are subject to... Read More