Print Profile
Lawyer Directory>New York Lawyers>Lynbrook Lawyers>Lisa M. Firshing

Lisa M. Firshing, Attorney at Law

Lisa Firshing has a law practice in Lynbrook (NY)
516-326-8311
Lawyer has experience representing clients in various areas of Law.
Offices
56 Driving Park Ave, Lynbrook, NY 11563
Phone: 516-326-8311, Fax:    Map It
Address:  Work Phone:
City: County: Fax Phone:
State: ZIP: Tollfree Phone:
      GET DIRECTIONS      
Address:
City: State: ZIP:
Find
Practice Area
Please call to inquire within
Fees
Hourly Rates: Please call to inquire within
Fixed-Price Services: Please call to inquire within
Qualification & Experience
Bar Admissions
  • New York (NY) 2000
Professional Organizations and Memberships
    Education
    Languages
    English
    Territory of Practice

    New York

    Nassau: Lynbrook
    Legal News
    Gordon Ramsay Sued Over Unpaid Wages By Employees At His Fat Cow ...
    Huffington Post In April, Ramsay faced two separate lawsuits over unpaid bills, one from his accountants in New York over an outstanding $75,000 invoice and another from the company he hired to renovate the Fat Cow, which claims it is owed $45,000. ... In a statement ... more »
    For One Asbestos Victim, Justice Is a Moving Target
    Wall Street Journal ... many years to show up after exposure. The New York law firm he hired to fight his case, Weitz & Luxenberg PC, is among the most prolific filers of asbestos-related lawsuits in the nation, and a well-known presence in television advertising. ... In ... more »
    The Morning Risk Report: ADP Cooperates on Cyber Case
    Wall Street Journal (blog) For one asbestos victim, justice is a moving target. There is a new breed of plaintiff in the asbestos litigation complex, now four decades old but still a thriving, multibillion-dollar enterprise, the WSJ reports. Unlike the steelworkers and ... more »
    LAW DICTIONARY

    Related legal terms and Law definition:

    incapacitated
    \ ɪn.kəˈpæs.ɪ.teɪt \ “Incapacitated” means a judicial determination that a person lacks the capacity to manage at least some of the person’s property or to meet at least some of the person’s essential health and safety requirements. A minor shall be treated as being incapacitated. (PART II, Sec. 731.110) … Full Definition »
    Health Care Law >> Health Care Law
    Book of the Day in our Store
    Share it on TwitterFacebook
    Rights and Regulation: Ethical, Political, and Economic Issues
    by
    from $5.29
    View