When a plaintiff brings a case under the Americans with Disabilities Act (the “ADA”), it is usually against a restaurant or other place of public assembly. The plaintiff typically alleges that the premises are not accessible to those with disabilities and therefore discriminates against handicapped persons. The ADA (and other...Read More!
Cases brought pursuant to the Racketeer Influenced & Corrupt Organization Act (or, as it is more commonly known, the “RICO” Act), by their nature, involve numerous defendants, and one or more of those defendants may be cooperating with plaintiff against other defendants pursuant to a settlement agreement. Often, civil RICO...Read More!
Numerous types of cases can be brought in both state and federal court but the path each such case takes will differ depending upon which court the case proceeds in. For example, a case brought in long island federal litigation attorney court will typically require more time than a similar...Read More!
In today’s economy, it is certainly not unusual for business relationships to change or break down as a result of unpredictable conditions such as a change in the financial circumstances of one or more of the involved parties long island commercial litigation attorney. Mr. Millman has handled commercial matters such as breach...Read More!
A former prosecutor who thereafter represented clients charged with a variety of offenses, Mr. Millman has handled numerous criminal matters at the investigation, hearing and trial stage, including those involving charges of murder, rape, burglary, robbery, larceny, insurance fraud, assault and drug sale/possession. long island criminal defense lawyer, He has...Read More!
White Collar Crimes
It is indeed a harrowing experience to be accused of engaging in larceny, fraud or the misuse and/or conversion of funds. Such accusations are often the result of a government investigation which has been pending for a lengthy period of time. As a result, the government will often have accumulated...Read More!
For over eight years prior to starting his own practice, Mr. Millman worked with an insurance defense firm and routinely handled the defense of multi-million dollar claims, including wrongful death and lead paint cases. He defended many injury claims brought under the Labor Law and has consistently obtained favorable results...Read More!
Preliminary Injunctions and Temporary Restraining Orders
Applications for preliminary injunctions and temporary restraining orders involve numerous procedural rules and often require fast and decisive measures at the opening stage of a case. Such applications are often necessary in state and federal matters and having a lawyer experienced with such procedures is of critical importance.
Mr. Millman has...Read More!
Fire Ordinance Violations
Mr. Millman has represented retail establishments charged with several types of fire code violations, including those involving blocked ingress and egress, fire sprinklers, defective equipment and other conditions at the premises alleged to constitute an offense. long island fire ordinance violations attorney, He has handled routine tickets as well as...Read More!
There are a variety of traffic offenses that require the assistance of an attorney experienced in such matters, particularly where the outcome of the case could result in the loss of a driving license and interfere with one’s livelihood. Mr. Millman has prosecuted and defended numerous such offenses and has...Read More!
Fair Labor Standards Act
Legal matters involving alleged violations of the Fair Labor Standards Act often present themselves in the form of a federal investigation which ultimately may or may not result in court proceedings and are sometimes also filed as civil lawsuits by aggrieved parties.long island fair labor standards act lawyer, The act...Read More!
Under certain circumstances, a party who is alleged to have engaged in civil or criminal wrongdoing may be compelled to forfeit – or give up – property that was either used in the commission of a wrongful act or derived from the commission of the wrongful act. long island forfeiture...Read More!
Handling an appeal is significantly different than handling a matter at the trial level and, whether you are appealing or responding to an appeal, it is of vital importance that counsel be familiar with the specific procedural rules and deadlines imposed by the applicable statutes and rules as well as...Read More!