Law Office of Brett M. Schatz P.C.
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The Law Office of Brett M. Schatz P.C. is a full service law firm specializing in the areas of Personal Injury, Commercial Litigation, Immigration and Real Estate.

We provide immigration services nationwide and all other legal services within the state of New York and New Jersey. Our offices are conveniently located in Lower Manhattan on the same street as many of the courthouses in which we practice.


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Is It Legal to Barter With Marijuana?

Recently in the news, an Oregon man tried to barter his weed for someone's SUV. In that state, it's illegal to sell weed without a commercial license. The man didn't have a commercial license to sell weed, and what he had on him was roughly five pounds over the......

Nintendo Reaches $12.2M Settlement With ROM Sites

Hackers are rampant in the video game world, and have been since the days of Atari. Recently, Nintendo has been embroiled in a lawsuit with two ROM sites owned by Jacob and Christen Mathias,, and The suits have recently settled, with the ROM sites agreeing to pay......

Walmart Settles Lawsuit for Selling Gun Used in Murder by Neo-Nazi

In April 2014, self-avowed Neo-Nazi Frazier Glenn Miller Jr. shot and killed three people in an anti-Semitic attack at a Jewish community center and retirement community in Overland Park, Kansas. As a convicted felon, Miller was prohibited from owning or buying firearms, and investigators learned another man, John Mark Reidle,......


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Law Office of Brett M. Schatz P.C.
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