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Don Kiley, 'legendary' founder of his family's Great Neck law firm, dies
NEWSDAY - Don Kiley, a prominent Great Neck attorney who was remembered for his selflessness and as a loving patriarch to his large family, died Sept. 10 from cardiac arrest at North Shore University (Read more...)
Kiley, Kiley & Kiley celebrates its 35th Anniversary
Kiley, Kiley & Kiley, PLLC is celebrating its 35th anniversary in 2009. Originally formed in 1974 by our father and mentor, Donald T. Kiley, Sr., we are proud to be entering our 35th year as a full se (Read more...)
Kevin J. Kiley to be honored by St. Aidan's Church
The Church of St. Aidan, Williston Park, New York will honor Kevin J. Kiley with the Jack Zwiebel Community Service Award for outstanding service to the community on Friday, October 3, 2008. Mr. Kiley (Read more...)
Kevin J. Kiley appointed Prosecutor of the Village of Williston Park
Kevin J. Kiley was recently appointed the Prosecutor for the Village of Williston Park. The Village Court sits every other Wednesday and hears disputes related to violations of the New York State Vehi (Read more...)
Don Kiley, Sr. honored at the 50th Anniversary of Holy Cross High School
The 50th Anniversary of Holy Cross High School, Flushing New York was celebrated on November 11, 2005 at Russo's on the Bay, Howard Beach. Many dignitaries were in attendance, including Queens Borough (Read more...)
Kiley, Kiley & Kiley makes the front page of the New York Law Journal in win on motion for summary judgement in Kings Supreme Court
New York Law Journal, July 21, 2005 "No Liability for Pile of Wet Leaves"
Just as land owners are not liable for injuries resulting from individual wet leaves, they are not liable for injur (Read more...)
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Represented by Donald Kiley Jr., concertgoer claims he was "attacked and assaulted" by fellow unprovoked concertgoers who felt "comfortable to engage in mischief and physical violence" at the encouragement of the rappers. Read
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