January '11 Newsletter, Including List of 10 Most Dangerous Children's Toys & Why It's So Tough to Pierce the Corporate Veil


If you're looking for good, free information in the areas of breach of contract, school accidents or defective products, you will want to read this Newsletter. The articles in this month's edition of the Newsletter include the following:

Sometimes, Even New York's Public Schools Admit They Were Negligent;

When a Fiduciary Breaches a Non-Compete Agreement - and Lies About It;

List of the 10 Most Dangerous Children's Toys is Released;

Why It's So Tough to Pierce the Corporate Veil in New York; and,

How Rampant is Food Poisoning? CDC Estimates Nearly 1 Out of 6 Americans Every Year

Long Island & Queens, New York business litigation, school accident, personal injury and products liability attorney Jonathan Cooper is the published author of "Why Most Accident Victims Do Not Recover the Full Value of Their Claim" (www.TheNewYorkAccidentBook.com) and the New Yorkers' Guide to Products Liability Claims (www.ProductsLiabilityBook.com). He has also published two books on breach of contract under New York law entitled "When You Don't Have a Written Agreement" (www.BreachOfContractBook.com) and "3 Reasons That Your Employment Agreement May Not Be Worth the Paper It's Printed On."

For additional information on any of these areas of the law, please contact Jonathan Cooper directly at 516-791-5700.

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