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April 2016 – In Rowe v. Rubin, a plaintiff who prevailed on a civil complaint was entitled to reasonable attorney fees. The trial court approved hourly rates that ranged between $224 and $400 per hour for plaintiff's lead attorneys, Edward Krumeich and Stephen Walko of IBO who were described by the court as "very experienced," "helpful" and "efficient." It was also determined that the partners made appropriate use of associate attorneys who billed lower rates.

Click here to read the full article from the Connecticut Law Tribune.

June 2015 - Ivey, Barnum & O'Mara's representation of the Estate of Concetta Russo-Carriero in its wrongful death action against the City of White Plains was included in the New York Law Journal's "Top Verdicts of 2014". Attorneys John Q. Kelly presented evidence over the course of three weeks to demonstrate that the City of White Plains had failed to properly secure or protect the parking garage adjacent to the Galleria Mall, where Mrs. Russo-Carriero was assaulted and killed walking to her parked car in late June, 2005. After three days of deliberations, the jury returned a verdict in favor of Mrs. Russo-Carriero's estate in the amount of $ 1,983,000 for her conscious pain and suffering and wrongful death. Click to read Press Release >

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January 2015 - Michael J. Jones, Esq., litigation department chair at Ivey Barnum & O'Mara is featured in a Connecticut Law Tribune article regarding the George Smith case, which involves the honeymooner's disappearance from a cruise ship in 2005.

Mr. Jones reacts to the decision by the FBI to close the investigation into the case and remains determined to find answers for the family.

Click here to view the entire Connecticut Law Tribune article.

May 2015Ivey, Barnum & O'Mara announces the winner of its annual High School Scholarship program. The Ivey, Barnum & O'Mara, LLC Scholarship is awarded to a deserving Greenwich High School student who has demonstrated a commitment to their academic studies and a dedication to community service. The scholarship was established by the law firm in May of 2000 to commemorate its 50th anniversary of service to the Town of Greenwich. The scholarship rewards those students who have demonstrated a dedication to volunteerism and the benefits their community service confers on the town's many charitable, educational and social service organizations. This year's winner is Laura Corrigan, an outstanding student with both excellent academic rankings and a remarkable record of community service involvement.

January 2015 - Ivey Barnum & O'Mara names Nathan Graf as new partner.

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