Nicholas Calabria has thirty years experience in litigating complex insurance coverage actions and high exposure Labor Law, premises, product and municipal liability case from inception through mediation, trial and appeal. His focus at ADM is in the Appellate Practice and Insurance Coverage Groups.
Reich v. Manhattan Boiler, 91 N.Y.2d 772 (1998): Plaintiff cannot fashion a remedy to collect a judgment from his employer if the direct defendant is judgment proof.
Kaf Kaf v. Rodless Decorations, 90 N.Y.2d 654 (1997): Anti-subrogation clause in lease bars tenant’s insurer’s subrogation suit against landlord.
Guaman v. City of New York, 158 A.D.3d 492 (1st Dep't 2018): Labor Law death action against defendants dismissed as plaintiff found to be the sole proximate cause of accident.
Nickerson v. City of New York, 309 A.D.2d 588 (1st Dep't 2003): Third-party defendant is not bound by trial court’s prior determination granting plaintiff summary judgment under Labor Law, since that determination was rendered before third-party defendant was joined in the action. Third-party action dismissed as plaintiff activity not protected under Labor Law.