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Head First Into Premises Liability

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Date Published

May 26, 2021


New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers


Professional Practice


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This webinar will take a deep dive into five specialty topics in premises liability: automatic doors, sidewalks, pedestrian strikes in parking lots, snow removal, and lighting in stairways. Five different experts from Robson Forensic will cover each topic, providing context on the hazard, how it develops, and helpful information attorneys should explore during the discovery process. Attorney Joseph G. Macaluso, Esq. with Macaluso & Fafinski, P.C. will emcee the event, providing the legal context for each topic.

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Joseph G. Macaluso
Macaluso & Fafinski, P.C.

Thomas Pienciak, AIA
Automatic doors

Douglas W. Peden, R.A., NCARB

Gordon Meth, P.E., PTOE, PTP
Pedestrian strikes in parking lots

Edward A. Gray
Snow removal

Ronald A. Fermano, Jr. R.A., NCARB
Lighting in stairways

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