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Construction Accident Litigation In New York
Construction Accident Litigation In New York

 

Flash Drive Containing .mp3 Audio File and .pdf Course Book File

In this important 3.3-hour March 18, 2020 program, Michael J. Hutter, Esquire, covers the statutes and important cases relating to litigating construction accidents in New York. Whether you are new to this area of the law or an expert in it, you will find this presentation to be very worthwhile.

Mr. Hutter is Professor of Law at Albany Law School where he received the 2015 Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching. He is also Special Counsel to the Albany, New York law firm of Powers & Santola, LLP..

Major topics:
Basic Statutes
Origins
Liability Scheme
Other Statutes
Labor Law Sec. 240(1)
- generally
- applicability
- elevation-related risk
- failure to provide proper protection
- defenses
Labor Law Sec. 241(6)
- generally
- duty, liability, comparative negligence, PJI 2:216A
- applicability
- establishing a claim
- requisite industrial code rule
Labor Law Sec. 200(1)
- generally
- duty, liability, comparative negligence, common law causes of action
- applicability
- liability owner
- liability contractor
- other situations
Keeping Current
Miscellaneous

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