Daniel Fleming of Wong Fleming is the latest IR Global Member Spotlight

When Dan Fleming and his wife Linda Wong set up WongFleming in the early ‘90s, they knew they were jumping into the unknown. Dan’s legal career had mainly focused on criminal law and later business litigation. Linda, meanwhile, was the former Assistant Director of the Civil Rights Division in New Jersey with a focus on […]

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Scott D. Platton is an Associate at the Princeton Office of Wong Fleming

Wong Fleming welcomes Scott D. Platton as an Associate in the firm’s Princeton, New Jersey office, where his practice is concentrated on Commercial Litigation. Mr. Platton has represented clients in litigation and handled all aspects of motion practice, discovery and working on other pleadings filed in various courts. He served as a Judicial Intern for […]

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Tenant Not Responsible For Sidewalk Maintenance In The Absence Of Lease Requirement Or Conduct Creating Liability

In Segovia v R.T.H. Assoc. LLC, the Supreme Court of New York, Bronx County, recently addressed the issue of whether a commercial tenant occupying a property adjacent to a public sidewalk had a duty to maintain and repair same. Plaintiff in that case alleged that she fell while walking on the sidewalk adjacent to the property near […]

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Victoria Alexander is an Associate at the Princeton Office of Wong Fleming

Wong Fleming welcomes Victoria Alexander as an Associate in the firm’s Princeton, New Jersey office, where her practice is concentrated on Commercial Litigation and Business Law. Ms. Alexander earned her Juris Doctorate from the Pennsylvania State University, Penn State Law and her Bachelor’s degree from Ohio University. Prior to joining Wong Fleming, Ms. Alexander served […]

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Transportation Attorney Addresses Supply Chain Issues Facing Trucking Industry

What is going on with America’s supply chain? Why can’t we get goods being sent from Asia, and where have all the truck drivers gone? Transportation law attorney Timothy S. Groustra of Dickie, McCamey & Chilcote analyzes the causes and the effects of the nationwide supply chain problem.

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Dickie McCamey announces plans to move headquarters

Dickie McCamey, one of Pittsburgh’s oldest law firms, will move to a new location in Gateway Center, ending a 38-year occupancy of Two PPG Place, the law firm announced today. In April 2025, the law firm will move 300-yards to the west across Stanwix Street and will begin its 120th year of continuous operation within […]

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Elizabeth Brown is an Associate at the Princeton Office of Wong Fleming

Wong Fleming welcomes Elizabeth Brown as an Associate in the Princeton, NJ office, where her practice is concentrated on commercial litigation. Prior to joining Wong Fleming, Ms. Brown successfully litigated matters in civil actions, intellectual property, trusts and estates, and guardianship matters. She served as a Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Noah Franzblau for […]

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Linda Wong to Serve as a Panelist at the LIWOCA 2022 17th Annual Leadership Institute for Women of Color Attorneys Conference

CEO & Partner Linda Wong will serve as a Panelist for the LIWOCA 2022 17th Annual Leadership Institute for Women of Color Attorneys Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, on March 24th. The session, “Masterclass with Managing Partners,” will discuss financial lessons learned through the global pandemic, expectations in employee salary negotiations, and rising above the competition.The […]

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Supreme Court of NY Decides COVID-19 Related Moratoriums Prohibiting the Cancellation or Non-Renewal of Insurance Policies may be Inapplicable if Notice of Cancellation or Non-Renewal was Provided Before March 29, 2020

On March 29, 2020, Executive Order No. 202.13 (“EO 202.13”) imposed a moratorium on insurers cancelling or non-renewing any property or casualty insurance policies in order to benefit insureds facing financial hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Likewise, on March 30, 2020, the New York State Department of Financial Services enacted an Emergency […]

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“Quick Fix” Leads To Liability If Not Done Properly (PA)

In a recent Eastern District of PA case, Zurich Am. Ins. Co. v. A.T. Chadwick Co., Inc., the court denied a third-party defendant’s motion for summary judgment in a construction defect case. The court found that jury could assign a percentage of the blame to the third-party defendant for a “quick fix” gone bad. In this case, […]

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