Category Archives: Finkelstein News

Henderson Case Argued Before US Supreme Court

On Monday, December 6, 2010, the case of Henderson v. Shinseki, was argued before the United States Supreme Court. The case involves the late David Henderson, who appealed the denial of his claim for funds to pay for in-home care related to his “service connected” schizophrenia. Mr. Henderson, who had 120 days to file a -->

Our Sister Firm, Fine, Olin & Anderman, Wins Discrimination Suit Against Verizon

When a worker suffers an injury on the job, they need to worry about getting better, not whether or not they’ll have a job to return to after their recovery — and they certainly don’t need, or expect, to be disciplined after a workplace accident. That was the case argued, and won, recently by Finkelstein -->

Finkelstein & Partners Participates in Hudson Valley Food Frenzy

In recognition of September’s Hunger Awareness Month, the staff here at the firm participated in the second annual Hudson Valley Food Frenzy, put on by the Food Bank of the Hudson Valley. The Food Bank does a great job of providing food to those in need throughout our region. Last year, the Food Bank provided -->

CERTIORARI GRANTED: FINKELSTEIN & PARTNERS TO WRITE AMICUS BRIEF TO U.S. SUPREME COURT IN HENDERSON CASE

The Supreme Court will hear the Henderson Case. Finkelstein & Partners will author an amicus brief to the Supreme Court on the issue of equitable tolling and the Veteran’s Claim. As previously reported, many Veterans, due to the disabilities from which they suffer, are unable to understand and/or appreciate an appellate deadline. Mr. Henderson is -->

CERTIORARI GRANTED: FINKELSTEIN & PARTNERS TO WRITE AMICUS BRIEF TO U.S. SUPREME COURT IN HENDERSON CASE

The Supreme Court will hear the Henderson Case. Finkelstein & Partners will author an amicus brief to the Supreme Court on the issue of equitable tolling and the Veteran’s Claim. As previously reported, many Veterans, due to the disabilities from which they suffer, are unable to understand and/or appreciate an appellate deadline. Mr. Henderson is -->

Finkelstein & Partners, LLP, prepares Amicus Brief to U.S. Supreme Court, on issue of Equitable Tolling and the Veteran’s Claim

Finkelstein & Partners, L.L.P.,  was asked to prepare an Amicus Brief for the U.S. Supreme Court by N.O.V.A. www.vetadvocates.com,  Veterans for Common Sense, www.veteransforcommonsense.com  and by the Federal Bar Association, Veterans Law Section, www.fedbar.org.   Finkelstein & Partners attorneys, Andrew G. Finkelstein, George A. Kohl, 2nd, Nancy Y. Morgan & Duncan W. Clark prepared the first -->

Finkelstein & Partners, LLP, prepares Amicus Brief to U.S. Supreme Court, on issue of Equitable Tolling and the Veteran’s Claim

Finkelstein & Partners, L.L.P.,  was asked to prepare an Amicus Brief for the U.S. Supreme Court by N.O.V.A. www.vetadvocates.com,  Veterans for Common Sense, www.veteransforcommonsense.com  and by the Federal Bar Association, Veterans Law Section, www.fedbar.org.   Finkelstein & Partners attorneys, Andrew G. Finkelstein, George A. Kohl, 2nd, Nancy Y. Morgan & Duncan W. Clark prepared the first -->