Entries by Paul A. Lauto, Esq.

Paul A. Lauto, Esq. completed his undergraduate studies at SUNY at Stony Brook in 1987, with a major in political science and a double minor in socio-legal studies and moral-legal issues in philosophy. Mr. Lauto received his Juris Doctor from New York Law School in 1990 and was admitted in 1991 to practice in the courts of New York State, as well as the Eastern and Southern Districts of the United States District Court. Mr. Lauto has primarily focused on personal injury throughout his career and previously worked as in-house counsel to a major insurance company. In 2002 Mr. Lauto established Paul A. Lauto, PLLC, with a primary concentration on personal injury, all types of accident cases, Wills, Trusts and Estates and more. Paul is the sole author of his Scales of Justice blog, which provides updates and information about current legal stories in the news and how they may affect our lives. Mr. Lauto prides himself on providing clients maximum results, with a high level of personal attorney service and attention that is uncommon in the profession. For more information please visit http://www.liattorney.com

Pay More And Get Less

by Long Island Attorney Paul A. Lauto, Esq. As the end of 2015 rapidly approaches and people evaluate the year gone by, there are those who have summarized 2015 as the year we paid more and received less.  Many have… 0 Shares |

Six Of One, Half Dozen Of The Other

by Long Island Attorney Paul A. Lauto, Esq. The “new and improved” diet Pepsi, is starting to appear on supermarket shelves everywhere with the hopes that the new re-branding will increase sales.  Essentially, Pepsico has replaced the artificial sweetener being… 0 Shares |

Would You Like Your Food With Or Without Sewage Sludge?

by Long Island Attorney Paul A. Lauto, Esq. The disposal of America’s waste and garbage is a growing problem with  limited solutions.  Landfills are filling up across our country, waste is turning up in our waters and Americans still tend… 0 Shares |

Licensed To Operate

by Long Island Attorney Paul A. Lauto, Esq. If it is true that fish have to swim and birds have to fly, is it also true that surgeons have to operate?  After all, surgeons are licensed to operate and surgery… 0 Shares |

U. S. Supreme Court Bends Over backwards To Uphold Obamacare

by Long Island Attorney Paul A. Lauto, Esq. The United States Supreme Court has rendered its decision in King et al. v. Burwell et al. upholding Obamacare in a 6-3 decision.  The majority opinion was written by Chief Justice Kennedy… 0 Shares |

Rotten To The Common Core

The Common Core program, which is seemingly force fed to our children in school, is currently under the microscope of scrutiny as more and more parents are opting out of having their children being subjected to the program’s standardized testing. … 0 Shares |

Republicans Attempt To Appease GMO Label Law Mandate of the American People

by Long Island Attorney Paul A. Lauto, Esq.The current day political war between Republicans and Democrats rarely produces agreement on almost anything between parties.  Some say this disharmony is a result of our having a “lame duck” president and some… 0 Shares |

FDA Considering Approval of Female Libido Pill

by Long Island Attorney Paul A. Lauto, Esq. In the late 1990’s, Viagra exploded on the scene as a successful and extremely profitable solution to male sexual dysfunction.  To date there has been more than 20 approved treatments for sexual… 0 Shares |

“As Seen On TV” Company To Pay $8 Million Dollar Settlement

by Long Island Attorney Paul A. Lauto, Esq.We have all seen the advertisements on television for the sale of products with seemingly miraculous capabilities all “for one low price.”  The ads often continue with free additional items and “if you… 0 Shares |

FDA To Consider The Release Of Genetically Modified Mosquitoes In Florida

by Long Island Attorney Paul A. Lauto, Esq. Chikungunya and Dengue are two extremely painful viral diseases that are now being perceived as a growing threat to the United States.  These diseases are commonly carried and spread through insects such… 0 Shares |