Lisa Zenzen Baker, 1961-2003


Sunday, February 22, 2009

New suit reveals conflict


Coffey's firm represents Samaritan Hospital

The most serious complaint against Stephen Coffey in his "evaluation" of Lisa's case, during which he allegedly tried to to get the lawsuit thrown out, was that he had a conflict of interest because his firm, O'Connell & Aronowitz, was representing, indirectly the interests of one of the defendants.

That representation is no longer indirect.

Last week the firm filed a lawsuit against the state Health Department. One of the plaintiffs in the suit is Samaritan Hospital.

Click here to read the Times Union story.