Trishe L.A. Hynes

Trishe L.A. Hynes

Offices: Buffalo

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.

2016 SUNY Buffalo Law School, magna cum laude
2012 B.A. University at Buffalo, summa cum laude
New York State Bar, Western District of New York
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.

July 20, 2022

How Would the Grieving Families Act Affect Litigation in NYS?

The New York State Assembly and the New York State Senate have passed Bill S74A, known as the Grieving Families Act. NYS Gov. Kathy Hochul''s signature is the remaining last step to turn it into law. If signed into law, it will be the first update to New York''s wrongful death statute in more than 150 years.

July 18, 2022

Marie Castronuovo Wins Summary Judgment in Two Cases

Congratulations to our partner, Marie Castronuovo, on winning summary judgment in two different cases for Pritchard Industries. The first case, Mamadou Camara v. Boston Properties and Pritchard Industries, was venued in NY County. It involved a slip and fall on a loading dock ramp at the building owned by Boston Properties where Pritchard was the janitorial service provider. The second case, Theresa Nuovo v. 100 Wall Realty v. Pritchard Industries, was venued in Westchester County, and also involved a slip and fall. The plaintiff fell on weather mats in the lobby of 100 Wall Street during an active rain event. The evidence revealed that the lobby mats were in place, but the plaintiff argued they were insufficient and improperly configured with a two-foot space between two mats that caused her to fall when she stepped off one mat to get to the other.