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Blog Posts in 2015

  • Mr. Sullivan and Mr. Brill were named New York Metro Area Super Lawyers

    || 7-Oct-2015

    Sullivan & Brill, LLP, a New York City based personal injury and criminal defense law firm with offices in Puerto Rico, is pleased to announce the selection of its founding partners, Joseph Sullivan and Steven Brill, as Super Lawyers for 2015. Both Mr. Sullivan and Mr. Brill were named New York Metro Area Super Lawyers for the second consecutive year in the categories of Plaintiff’s ...
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  • Attorney Brill Addresses the Kalief Browder Tragedy on Huffington Post

    || 12-Jun-2015

    This month, a Kalief Browder, a 22-year-old New York City man who had spent three harrowing years in Rikers Island without a criminal charge, took his own life. Now many are citing critical flaws in our criminal justice system that led to Browder's death—including Attorney Steven Brill, who has lent his insight in a new Huffington Post opinion piece. In "The Kalief Browder Case: ...
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  • HOSTING A GRADUATION PARTY? BE CAREFUL.

    || 3-Jun-2015

    With the graduation party season approaching, parents intending to host a party for their high school senior should be mindful that under New York law, they can be held responsible if they furnish alcohol or are aware of or give permission for underage people to drink at their party. Under New York’s General Obligations Law §11-100, Any person who shall be injured. . . by reason of the ...
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  • Amtrak Train Crash in Philadelphia - Why You Need a Lawyer

    || 20-May-2015

    The May 12, 2015 crash of an Amtrak train traveling from Washington D.C. to New York City is the latest in a series of recent train accidents that could have been prevented. This accident was tragically similar to the Metro-North derailment that took place in the Bronx in December of 2013. In both cases, the train operators failed to reduce the speed of the train as it was entering a curve and the ...
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