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Otsego County Victory for Eric Johnson

September 5, 2016

In an medical malpractice action, the estate pursued claims against defendant cardiologist and Hospital for

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Kristen Benson Successfully Represents Landowner Resolving Alleged Violations and Securing Special Use Permit for Business in the Town of Lenox, NY

September 5, 2016

Landowner purchased property zoned as Agricultural/Residential intending to construct a pole barn for a business

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Smith Sovik Attorneys named to Super Lawyer List!

August 5, 2016

15 Smith Sovik Attorneys were selected to the 2016 Upstate New York Super Lawyers List.

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Defense Verdict for Brandon King in Oneida County Medical Malpractice Case

June 5, 2016

Brandon King successfully defended an OB/GYN at trial in Oneida County. Plaintiff alleged that the

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Fourth Department Rejects Plaintiff’s Negligent Handshake Claim and Dismisses Case

May 5, 2016

Fourth Department declares no “negligent handshake” cause of action in New York. Karen J. Krogman

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Karen Felter Successfully Represents PMA in Breach of Contract Action and Secures Substantial Judgement Against Defendant

April 5, 2016

In a federal court case venued in the Northern District of New York, Plaintiff Pennsylvania

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Smith Sovik Welcomes New Associate

February 4, 2016

Smith Sovik is pleased to welcome Matthew P. Germain, Esq., as an  Associate Attorney at

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Hulslander, Johnson, Lantier, Ringwood and Williams Named to 2015 Best Lawyers in America List

October 5, 2015

Smith Sovik Kendrick & Sugnet, P.C. is proud to announce that five Partners have been

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Jury Rejects Plaintiffs’ Claims in Food Poisoning Case

October 5, 2015

Representing a local fast food restaurant, Kristin L. Norfleet, Esq., successfully defended plaintiffs' claims of

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Thirteen Smith Sovik Attorneys Recognized by Their Peers as Super Lawyers

September 15, 2015

Smith Sovik Kendrick & Sugnet, PC is proud to announce that thirteen of the Firm’s

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