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Expanding Damages for Grief & Anguish: The COA's Greene Decision and Wrongful Death

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Date Published

May 18, 2021

Publisher

New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers

Subjects

Professional Practice

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Summary

Our presenters discuss the Court of Appeals's recent expansion of damages for grief and anguish in the Greene case and its relationship to pending legislation aimed at reforming NY's Wrongful Death law. They will also cover the history of NY's Wrongful Death law, the biased limitations of the current law's language, and how the pending bill would modernize the law and enhance the civil justice system.

 

 

Presented By:

Carolyn Caccese, Esq.

Laura Jordan, Esq.

Angélicque Moreno, Esq.


1 Professional Practice Credit

*Suitable for Experienced and Newly Admitted Attorneys

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Presenters

Carolyn Caccese, Esq.


Laura Jordan, Esq.


Angélicque Moreno, Esq.


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