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1700 Broadway, 41st Floor
New York, NY 10019
212-973-9339
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Suite 1205
Forest Hills, NY 11375
718-793-8822
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Fight Excessive Fines in New York Paul Kerson Attorney

Excessive Fines in New York Several cases have come into my firm’s offices lately: The City of New York is in the increased habit of issuing Summonses for Zoning Resolution, Building Code, and Consumer Affairs Violations by small businesses seeking wildly excessive fines of $25,000 per summons. Often, they are issuing multiple summonses for similar […]

Published in the March 2020 edition of Queens Bar Bulletin, Editor’s Note, by Paul E. Kerson. As cooperative and condominium apartment houses continue to be built in Queens County, disputes between their Boards of Directors and their apartment owners have become increasingly common. However, a Co-op Board or Condominium Board, though governed by the New […]

Published in the February 2020 edition of Queens Bar Bulletin, Editor’s Note, by Paul E. Kerson. The New York State election of 1994 was enough to horrify even the most seasoned among us. George Pataki beat incumbent Governor Mario Cuomo by three percentage points. Pataki promised to reinstate the death penalty, and that was his […]

Published in the January 2020 edition of Queens Bar Bulletin, Editor’s Note, by Paul E. Kerson. People v. Cardwell and Goss, 78 N.Y. 2d 996, 575 N.Y.S. 2d 267 (1991) is a leading decision concerning severances in multi-defendant criminal cases. The Court of Appeals stated the law on this subject as follows: “Special factors unique […]

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Manhattan office:
1700 Broadway, 41st Floor
New York, NY 10019
212-973-9339 | Fax: 212-973-9494

Queens office:
118-35 Queens Blvd. Suite 1205 Forest Hills, NY 11375
718-793-8822 | Fax: 718-520-8544

KersonPaul@aol.com

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