Trishe L.A. Hynes

Trishe L.A. Hynes

Offices: Buffalo
Associate

Trishe's advises a wide range of clients on complex insurance defense matters, including labor law, construction defect, high exposure multi-party motor vehicle accidents, medical malpractice defense and appellate advocacy.

Her experience includes all aspects of litigation, including appeals, motion practice, court appearances (oral argument on motions, depositions and hearings."

She returned to the firm after honing her skills as an attorney for the New York State Appellate Division, Fourth Department and at a major law firm.

Education
2016 SUNY Buffalo Law School, magna cum laude
2012 B.A. University at Buffalo, summa cum laude
Admissions
New York State Bar, Western District of New York
Memberships
Erie County Bar Association
American Bar Association
New York State Bar Association

News Insights

April 21, 2021

Trishé Hynes Obtains Summary Dismissal of Third-party Complaint

Trishé Hynes obtained a summary judgment dismissal of a third-party complaint brought against a driver who was rear-ended while merging onto the highway.

October 6, 2021

Alexandra Alvarez Wins Motion for Summary Judgment for ConEd and Other Defendants

Congratulations to Senior Associate Alexandra Alvarez for winning Motions for Summary Judgment for firm client, Con Edison and others. Alexandra appeared for oral argument before Justice Katherine Levine of the Supreme Court, 2nd Judicial District on September 15. She successfully argued the motions for ConEd, Verizon, Five Star Electric Corp. and the MTA/NYCTA.

October 5, 2021

Meet David Gould (and Grab a Slice)

David is a proud named partner of Russo & Gould LLP, a firm he's been with since 2002 and served as partner since 2007. As a trial attorney, David has tried more than 75 cases to verdict throughout New York, and has participated in more than 100 trials. Litigation is not the only path he looks for on behalf of his clients; he also heads Russo & Gould's Early Settlement Division and has settled hundreds of cases on behalf of insurance carriers and self-insured entities within 12 months of their inception. For the past 25 years, David has been an Adjunct Professor at the City University of New York, Queens College where he teaches courses such as Freedom of Speech, Trial Advocacy and Media Law and Ethics. Several of his former students have been hired as paralegals at the firm. He also lectures frequently for the National Business Institute continuing legal education series and has taught such courses as: Advanced Trial Tactics, Trial Skills Workshop, Mini Med School for Attorneys, Working with Experts and Using Medical Records to Prove Your Case.