Cheating on the SAT Exam in NY

January 30, 2012 · by rosenblumlawfirm · in

Cheating on the SAT Exam May Become a Felony in NY A bill making it a felony in NY for cheating on the Standard Achievement Test (SAT) was recently introduced in the New York Legislature. The hearings, which led to the introduction of the bill, were the result of a September 2011 scandal in Long […]

Cyberbullying is the Modern Day Harassment

January 16, 2012 · by rosenblumlawfirm · in

Almost everyone knows the tragic story of 15 year old Amanda Cummings.  A few days after Christmas, Amanda jumped in front of a bus while holding a suicide note. Suffering from months of harassment because of a relationship with an 18 year old male, Amanda could not handle it anymore.  Family members claim that bullies took […]

Discrimination Against Unemployed In Hiring

November 25, 2011 · by rosenblumlawfirm · in

Can a Potential Employer Discriminate Against the Unemployed in the Hiring Process? In today’s economic climate, it is truly an “employer’s market” – since there are so many people desperate for jobs, employers can be much more selective about who they hire. It has been widely reported that certain employers are not hiring job applicants […]

A Tree Falls – Who Is Responsible ?

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The recent storm in the metropolitan area left thousands of people without energy and flooded numerous communities.  Even worse, several individuals lost their lives and a significant amount of property was damaged as a result of falling trees and branches. One of the most common questions we get is – if a tree falls and […]

10 Questions To Ask Before You Hire A Lawyer.

October 5, 2011 · by rosenblumlawfirm · in

Here are some questions to ask before you hire a Criminal Defense Lawyer, or a Speeding Ticket Lawyer. How long have you been practicing law? What exactly is your experience in this particular practice area? How many cases have you taken care of like mine? What was the actual end result? What are the attainable outcomes associated […]

Bicyclist Hit With $1,500 in Fines for Running Red Lights

August 22, 2011 · by rosenblumlawfirm · in

Juan Rodriguez fought a ticket he received for running a red light on his bicycle and blew it. NYC bicyclist Juan “JC” Rodriguez got two previous tickets but the third time may be the charm because he got hammered with more than $1,500 in fines the third time around. “It’s absurd,” complained Rodriguez, “when you […]

Huge Drop In Number Of Traffic Tickets Issued

July 20, 2011 · by rosenblumlawfirm · in

New York City police wrote 32% less New York traffic tickets last week compared to the same period a year ago; apparently cops were threatened with losing of vacation days if they messed up any New York ticket cases. More than 11,230 traffic tickets for New York moving violations were issued to motorists, compared to […]