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Elise A. Yablonski is a versatile litigator with trial and appellate experience in a wide variety of legal contexts, including business torts, trade secrets and…

Elise A. Yablonski is a versatile litigator with trial and appellate experience in a wide variety of legal contexts, including business torts, trade secrets and unfair competition, professional malpractice, insurance recovery and fiduciary litigation. Her recent pro bono experience includes litigation under the Hague Convention on the civil aspects of international child abduction.

Elise authored Chapter 40, titled "Trial Preliminaries and the Opening Statement," for the third and fourth editions of Robert L. Haig's treatise entitled Commercial Litigation in New York State Courts.

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While most of society struggles to flatten the curve, treat the sick and restart the economy, regrettably, some bad actors have used the COVID-19 emergency as an opportunity to exploit vulnerabilities for personal gain. One of the key areas of increased exposure is cybersecurity. Companies should review their risk management and insurance arrangements now to

About

Elise A. Yablonski is a versatile litigator with trial and appellate experience in a wide variety of legal contexts, including business torts, trade secrets and…

Elise A. Yablonski is a versatile litigator with trial and appellate experience in a wide variety of legal contexts, including business torts, trade secrets and unfair competition, professional malpractice, insurance recovery and fiduciary litigation. Her recent pro bono experience includes litigation under the Hague Convention on the civil aspects of international child abduction.

Elise authored Chapter 40, titled "Trial Preliminaries and the Opening Statement," for the third and fourth editions of Robert L. Haig's treatise entitled Commercial Litigation in New York State Courts.

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