30 Cited authorities

  1. Cohen v. Hallmark Cards

    45 N.Y.2d 493 (N.Y. 1978)   Cited 1,816 times
    Reinstating jury's finding of liability on contract claim because there was a "rational basis" for the verdict
  2. Lolik v. Big V Supermarkets, Inc.

    86 N.Y.2d 744 (N.Y. 1995)   Cited 923 times

    Decided July 5, 1995 Appeal from the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court in the Third Judicial Department, Robert F. Doran, J. Grasso, Rodriguez, Putorti, Grasso Zyra, Schenectady (Lawrence J. Zyra of counsel), for appellants. Rowley, Forrest, O'Donnell, Beaumont Pelersi, P.C., Albany (John H. Beaumont and Richard W. Bader of counsel), for respondent. MEMORANDUM. The order of the Appellate Division should be reversed, with costs, and the matter remitted to that Court for further proceedings in

  3. Szczerbiak v. Pilat

    90 N.Y.2d 553 (N.Y. 1997)   Cited 671 times
    Finding that the police officer's striking a pedestrian, while glancing down from the road momentarily to turn on his emergency lights, was "a momentary judgment lapse," which did not alone rise to the level of recklessness
  4. People v. Schwartzman

    24 N.Y.2d 241 (N.Y. 1969)   Cited 447 times
    Holding that cross-examiner cannot contradict witness' answers concerning collateral matters by producing extrinsic evidence for sole purpose of impeaching credibility, but where evidence sought to be introduced is relevant to some issue in case other than credibility, or if evidence is independently admissible to impeach witness, it may be admitted
  5. Noseworthy v. City of New York

    80 N.E.2d 744 (N.Y. 1948)   Cited 450 times
    In Noseworthy, the decedent somehow got down from the platform of defendant's subway station to the tracks and was struck by a train.
  6. Argentina v. Emery World Wide Delivery Corp.

    93 N.Y.2d 554 (N.Y. 1999)   Cited 85 times
    Reviewing joint legislative history of N.Y. Vehicle and Traffic Law §§ 253 and 388
  7. People v. Molineux

    168 N.Y. 264 (N.Y. 1901)   Cited 1,797 times   5 Legal Analyses
    Holding that evidence of other crimes, wrongs or bad acts may not be admitted as propensity evidence, but may be admitted for other purposes, such as to establish motive, opportunity, intent, preparation, identity or absence of mistake
  8. Rohring v. Niagara Falls

    84 N.Y.2d 60 (N.Y. 1994)   Cited 96 times
    Holding that postjudgment interest applies to the "total sum awarded," even the portions of the award that compensate for future damages
  9. Matter of Brandon

    55 N.Y.2d 206 (N.Y. 1982)   Cited 92 times
    Noting the failure of some courts to distinguish between the weak similarity requirement of the intent exception from the strong similarity requirement of the common plan exception
  10. Lynch v. Bay Ridge Obstetrical & Gynecological Associates

    72 N.Y.2d 632 (N.Y. 1988)   Cited 74 times
    In Lynch v. Bay Ridge Obstetrical Gynecological Assocs. (72 N.Y.2d 632), the plaintiff sought medical treatment for herself, not in connection with pregnancy but because she had missed three menstrual periods.
  11. Section 230 - State board for professional medical conduct; proceedings

    N.Y. Pub. Health Law § 230   Cited 311 times   1 Legal Analyses
    Providing procedures for revocations of medical licenses
  12. Section 6530 - [Effective Until 5/20/2021] Definitions of professional misconduct

    N.Y. Educ. Law § 6530   Cited 215 times
    Specifying professional misconduct for the commission of which a physician licensee is subject to those penalties prescribed in section 230-a of the Public Health Law [e.g., censure and reprimand, suspension, limitation or revocation of license] to include the "[r]evealing of personally identifiable facts, data, or information obtained in a professional capacity without the prior consent of the patient, except as authorized or required by law"; cf. 8 NYCRR 29.1 [b]
  13. Section 10 - Legal presumptions; evidence

    N.Y. Pub. Health Law § 10   Cited 33 times

    1. The actions, proceedings, authority, and orders of the department in enforcing the provisions of the public health law and the sanitary code applying them to specific cases shall at all times be regarded as in their nature judicial, and shall be treated as prima facie just and legal. 2. The written reports of state and local health officers, inspectors, investigators, nurses and other representatives of state and local health officers on questions of fact pertaining to, concerning or arising under