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Angela focuses on medical malpractice cases that included hospitals, nursing homes and rehabilitation centers. Her medical professional liability practice includes representing a wide range of clients such as physicians, nurses and physical therapists, veterinarians and vet technicians, as well as pharmaceutical company representatives. Her non-medical professional defense practice includes representing accountants and architects.

Angela also handles a substantial number of insurance defense and general litigation matters. She provides counsel to co-op and condominium association board members, hospitality and service industry professionals, commercial and industrial warehouse executives and managers, independent builders and contractors, and local government municipalities.

Angela has extensive experience handling premises liability, construction defect and products liability matters. She also defends commercial litigation clients on claims involving discrimination and labor law, as well as cases involving automobile and trucking liability.

Angela is a current member of Litchfield Cavo LLP’s COVID-19 Resource Team.


  • Obtained dismissal for nonprofit facility wherein Plaintiff relied on the New York Child Victims Act (CVA) provision to revive an action after the statute of limitation passed, and then failed to file before the expiration, arguing that COVID-19 Executive Orders tolled the suit; the Court held that the statute of limitation was not tolled.
  • Prevailed on behalf of condominium Homeowners Association wherein a unit owner filed a summons without a Complaint, alleging fraud; our attorneys submitted a motion to dismiss and the Court agreed that Plaintiff’s failure to file an affidavit or a timely Complaint justified dismissing the action in favor of our client.