LGT would like to introduce our 3rd Summer Associate for Summer 2017. Alycia Kimmel, a Harpersville, NY native, just finished her 2nd year at the Syracuse University College of Law. She is most interested in Elder Law, Trust & Estates and Real Estate. When asked what drew her to the Law she said, "I love how diverse the practice of law is. There are legal implications to everything, and the law is intertwined in complex and intricate ways. Every day and every case will be different, and that [...]
We would like to introduce the 2nd of our 3 Summer Associates for 2017. Katie Silvestri, an Endwell native, just finished her 2nd year at Penn State Law School. She is most interested in Litigation and Family Law. When asked what drew her to the Law she said, "What I find most exciting about practicing law are the responsibilities that come from being an advocate for someone else. It motivates you to work as hard as possible, because your clients are coming to you for help, and they trust you to [...]
LGT would like to introduce the first of our 3 Summer Associates for 2017. Jordan Charnetsky, a Vestal native, just finished his 2nd year of law school at the Syracuse University College of Law. The areas of law he is most interested in are Litigation, Medical Malpractice, and Criminal Defense. When asked what drew him to the law he said "Every case is a giant puzzle. I like figuring out how all the pieces fit together." In his spare time, Jordan likes to snowboard, hike, read and [...]
From Jan. 31st through Feb 1st, 2017, Scott Kurkoski attended a Renewable Energy Law Conference presented by the University Of Texas School Of Law, Austin, Texas. The conference focused on wind and solar and the law, economics, technology, finance, tax, and regulatory policies of the renewable energy industry.
As of 9/9/2013 Levene Gouldin & Thompson is pleased to report that its force majeure litigation against Chesapeake Energy and Statoilhydro on behalf of over 200 landowners has been resolved with an agreement to release all leases. In November of last year, United States District Court Judge David Hurd granted the landowners' motion for summary judgment ruling that a force majeure event had not occurred in New York and that the oil and gas leases were terminated. Aukema v. Chesapeake [...]