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    The Torts, Insurance & Compensation Law Section (TICL) Journal features peer-written substantive articles relating to the practice of torts, insurance and compensation law on various topics including workers' compensation, medical malpractice, products liability, depositions and trial preparation. Edited by David A. Glazer, Esq., the TICL Journal is published by the Torts, Insurance & Compensation Law Section and distributed to Section Members free of charge.

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  • Table of Contents Current Issue
    Winter 2016

    A View from the Chair
    (Kenneth A. Krajewski)

    Articles

    Premises Liability: An Update on Negligent Security and Liability for Criminal Acts of Third Parties
    (Glenn A. Monk and Matthew R. Bremner)

    New York Dram Shop Liability: Proving that the Tortfeasor Was “Visibly Intoxicated”
    (Lisa Shiderly and David A. Glazer)

    The Dangers of Pokémon Go
    (Eva Brindisi Pearlman)

    New York Court of Appeals Upholds Frye Standards in Rejecting Plaintiff’s Expert’s “Symptom-Threshold” Methodology for Establishing Toxic Tort Exposure
    (V. Christopher Potenza and Brian D. Barnas)

    A Timely Reminder: The Three-Year Limitations Period for Legal Malpractice Claims Is Not an Absolute Shield for Practitioners Seeking to Recover Legal Fees
    (Andrew R. Jones and Dara Lebwohl)

    Obtaining Out-of-State Subpoenas for State Court Litigation
    (John R. Ewell)

    Book Review
    Commercial Litigation in New York State Courts, Fourth Edition

    (Reviewed by Kenneth A. Manning)