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Ryan Suser Wins On Appeal

March 23, 2021
Ryan S. Suser, a Member and Litigation Attorney, recently won an appeal before the New York State Appellate Division for the Third Department.  The win affirms a decision favoring Ryan's client.  It allows the sale of an interest in vacation property over another party's objection.  The question before the Court was whether the property's owner Read More »

Ryan Suser Wins Motion to Vacate

September 11, 2020
Ryan S. Suser, a Member and Litigation Attorney, obtained a decision vacating a court's prior order in the Onondaga County Family Court.  The order was previously entered on default.  Arguing that the default was improperly granted, and after filing an objection from an adverse finding by a trial Referee, Ryan was able to have the Read More »

Ryan Suser Defeats Motion for Summary Judgement

July 31, 2020
Ryan S. Suser, a Member and Litigation Attorney, recently defeated a motion for summary judgment before the Cayuga County Supreme Court.  His clients are pursuing a case against a local Town alleging, among other things, that the Town inappropriately encroached on their property in constructing a local road.  The lawsuit seeks to return the property Read More »

Ryan Suser Defeats Motion For Summary Judgment

April 01, 2020
Ryan Suser, a Member and Litigation Attorney in the firm’s Trust's and Estates / Elder Law Practice, defeated a motion for summary judgment against several individual clients.  The case is brought by a nursing home against several relatives of the nursing home's resident, who recently passed away.  Among other things, the complaint seeks to "claw Read More »

Did You Know? Legal Insights for Bicycle Enthusiasts – 3rd Issue

December 14, 2015
Recently I picked up on a story about bicyclist who recently won a negligence suit against a runner for injuries sustained in a collision between them.  The accident occurred three years ago in Virginia.  A jury awarded the bicyclist $300,000 in damages plus $55,000 of interest after determining that the runner was at fault.  The Read More »

Legal Gears – An Update from L. Micha Ordway

August 25, 2015
Earlier this month, the United States District Court for the Northern District of California issued a decision in a case that involved an injured bicyclist.  You might wonder what a run of the mill bicycling accident case is doing in federal court?  Simple negligence case, right? Had to be a diversity case, right? There can't be federal Read More »

Did You Know? Legal Insights That All Bicycle Riders Should Know

August 12, 2015
I have been a rabid cycling fan since I raced for my high school team in the 1980's.  Yes, I do spend weeks each year watching all three grand tours on television.  As a passionate cyclist and self-proclaimed fitness nut, I am happy to see that bicycle usage has increased significantly in the United States over the Read More »