Anna Aguilar and Lisa Bentley Interviewed for In House Warrior Podcast
Posted June 28, 2022
On June 28, Richard Levick hosted Anna Aguilar and Lisa Bentley on his In House Warrior podcast. The subject of the podcast was: How Aguilar Bentley Has Grown as a Certified Women Owned Law Firm. Anna and Lisa discussed why they founded Aguilar...
Women-Owned Law Firms Seek ‘Seat at Table’ Via Certifications
By Elizabeth Olson
Manhattan trial lawyers Lisa Bentley and Anna Aguilar quickly realized that repeat business would be crucial when the pair launched a boutique legal practice eight years ago.
“As litigators, pretty much everything has a finite limit,” said Bentley, who along with Aguilar started...
Contractual Impossibility and Frustration of Purpose in the Face of the COVID-19 Epidemic
By Lisa Bentley
The outbreak of the global epidemic now known as COVID-19, which has come to be all too familiar to us in the past few weeks, is a story that has only just begun. As many of us watch this current health and economic calamity unfold, it...
Aguilar Bentley Secures Unanimous Reversal from the New York Appellate Division, First Department
On February 11, 2020, in J. Carlo Cannell et al. v. Grail Partners LLC, Appellate No. 2018-4352 (Index No. 652735/2018), the New York State Appellate Division, First Department, ruled unanimously in favor of Aguilar Bentley’s investment firm client, Grail Partners, holding that the lower court erred in awarding a judgment against Grail...
Aguilar Quoted in Article Regarding ‘Enforceability of Non-Competes’
Businesses of all stripes rely on non-compete agreements (NCAs) to protect their intellectual property (IP) from former employees. However, innovation companies must remain vigilant in their use because state laws can vary widely regarding what to allow.
Actions by Insureds Against Brokers: ‘Special Relationships’ Since ‘Voss’
By Lisa Bentley
Lisa Bentley, a founding partner at Aguilar Bentley LLC, practices insurance and other commercial litigation in New York and New Jersey.
Two years ago, the New York Court of Appeals issued its seminal decision in Voss v. The Netherlands Insurance Company, which put...