Articles Written by David Levine

The Myths About DWI Tests in New York

Three defense attorneys share some tips

Bellavia v. Cancer

How a mistaken diagnosis led to a fundraising movement

Tales from the IP Bar

Maria Crimi Speth finds intellectual property disputes in unusual settings

You Might Be an Employer and Not Know It

The line isn't clear, but here are the legal guidelines

Securing a Power of Attorney in New York

Who should look after your assets when you cannot?

Raising Glasses, Funds and Spirits

How Block O’Toole & Murphy helped turn the St. Jude Autumn Wine Tasting into an …

DIY Estate Planning in Colorado

Making a solid plan is a gift to your heirs

DUI FYIs in NYC

Tips from local attorneys—and watch out for those Manhattan juries

Preparing to Rent in New York City

What to know before entering into the landlord-tenant relationship

When, Why and How to Amend Your Estate Plan

Significant life events should trigger a review in New York

Wish Fulfillment

Make-A-Wish co-founder William Drury Jr. has created a lasting legacy of helping sick …

Teachable Moments

Karen McAndrew schools us on higher education law

What Happens if You Don’t Pay Your Taxes?

The IRS has three types of agents; you want to avoid the third

Finding a Personal Injury Attorney in New York City

Painless tips to incorporate into your search

Breaking Down the GPS Stalking Law

New York attorneys say it's not a significant advancement for victims

What to Consider with a Potential Age Discrimination Case

It’s increasing but hard to prove in NYC

Estates of Confusion

Four problems with New York’s estate tax laws

The Details and the Big Picture

White-collar defender Karen F. Green has the rare ability to see both

Bearing His Name

How E. Stewart Jones Jr. deals with a powerful legacy

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