Archive for 2015


David H. Peirez Speaks at St. John’s University School of Law When St. John’s University School of Law launched an advanced program entitled, “Complex Litigation,” the school’s Dean Emeritus invited David H. Peirez to speak to second and third year law students about complex litigation issues such as: class action suits, multi-party litigation and cases where […]

    February 17, 2015 Capobianco: Ideas for Republic need more airing By Joe Capobianco Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been on the stump of late, suggesting that Republic Airport should be privatized, turned into a tax-free enterprise zone and transformed into a commercial airport. It’s all worth examining since Republic remains a crucial transportation asset for the region, […]

January 28, 2015 Shake Shack Boosts IPO Amid Strong Investor Appetites By Chelsea Naso New York-based Shake Shack Inc. plans to serve up a larger initial public offering, boosting its per-share price on Wednesday to land as much as $95 million amid investor hunger for the growing fast-casual, ingredient-conscious hot dog and burger chain. Shack […]

January 22, 2015 Gun manufacturer moves Sandy Hook lawsuit to federal court By Michele Richinick The gun manufacturer responsible for producing the military-style assault weapon used by a shooter to kill 20 first-graders and six educators at Sandy Hook Elementary School has moved a lawsuit filed against the company from state to federal court, where […]