Encyclopedia of New York Causes of Action: Elements and Defenses

May 2009

Ernest Badway, co-chair of the firm’s Securities Industry Practice Group and White-Collar Compliance and Defense Practice Group, is the author of Encyclopedia of New York Causes of Action: Elements and Defenses. This first edition single-volume annual paperback and CD, recently published by the New York Law Journal, is a handy reference guide for nearly any case containing New York civil actions.

The book compiles, outlines and indexes more than 450 theories of recovery under New York law and arranges them into 16 sections based on cause of action: agency or fiduciary based; attorney and legal services based; banking, commercial paper and creditor based; constitutional based; contract or quasi-contract based; corporate and partnership based; damage-related based; employer-employee based; equitable based; insurance based; judicial based; real property based; statutory based; tort based; trust and estate based; and miscellaneous defenses.

The book also provides defenses and applicable statutes of limitation with tables of authorities. The CD, an exact copy of the book, also contains thousands of links for easy searching and research.

To procure a copy of Encyclopedia of New York Causes of Action: Elements and Defenses, contact Monica Curry ([email protected] or 800-517-9871) or order online at lawcatalog.com/nycoa.