Art Law


A Billionaire Collector Is Suing Hirschl and Adler Galleries for Allegedly Swindling Him Over the Sale of a $12 Million Presidential Painting

Shapiro Litigation Group represents high-end art collectors in their disputes with galleries and, in connection with antiquities, the government.

Hedge funder says gallery tricked him into bad deal over George Washington painting

Shapiro Litigation Group represents high-end art collectors in their disputes with galleries and, in connection with antiquities, the government.

Software Failure Litigation


The Software Implementation Project Failed — Now What?

The implementation of a new software system is a complicated, expensive and time-consuming project. Sometimes it goes well; but in an alarming number of cases, it does not.

CRN Exclusive: IBM To Appeal $39 Million Lawsuit Verdict From 2010 Sterling Commerce Acquisition

Source: Computer Reseller News, September 7, 2017

Business Torts


White Man Sues Black Tap, Alleging Race-Based Hate Crime in Chelsea

Source: Eater New York, August 15, 2018

Caribbean Resort Owners Found Not Liable for Child's Assault

Source: New York Law Journal, February 22, 2017

Education Law


JTA Op-Ed: Why are elite Jewish day schools standing in the way of a better education for yeshiva kids?

It took more than 120 years for the New York State Department of Education to realize that it had to do something more to help the children from yeshivas.

Activists demand quick reforms to failing yeshivas, slam de Blasio for ‘corrupt’ handling of investigation

Source: New York Daily News, December 23, 2019

Negotiable Instruments


Hedgie wants ‘nurseryman’ to sell animals to pay off debt

Source: New York Post, June 12, 2016