Mitchell J. Sassower had a Labor Law article published in the January 2012 New York Law Journal. The title of the article is "Recent Labor Law §240 Decisions Don't Go Far Enough in Protecting Workers." Additionally, he wrote an article titled "Holly v. Chautauqua: Good News for Plaintiffs Under Labor Law §240(1)" which was published in the Bill of Particulars by the New York State Trial Lawyers Association in 2012.
In 2015, Mitchell J. Sassower was named one of the nation's top 1 percent of attorneys by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel. This honor is reserved for a select few who elevate standards and demonstrate the highest ideals among the legal profession.
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