In his Ethics and Criminal Practice column, Joel Cohen, of counsel at Stroock & Stroock & Lavan, writes that the more any attorney cavalierly brings a trial into the public spotlight, the greater the
In his Criminal Law column, Ken Strutin, director of legal information services at the New York State Defenders Association, writes that the Internet is providing new information streams for client a
Lee A. Spielmann, an assistant regional counsel with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, writes that confusing extradition and deportation implicates properly understanding the significance of
Brendan M. Schulman and Samantha V. Ettari of Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel write that although cloud computing offers cost savings and efficiency gains, it also poses a serious threat to an organi
Lee Spielmann, an assistant regional counsel with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, writes: This year May 23 marks 50 years since Israel announced the capture of Adolf Eichmann in order to tr
Robert J. Bernstein, a practitioner in New York City, writes: The text-to-speech function of the new Kindle has been met with considerable resistance on the part of some authors and publishers, who f
Michele Masucci, a partner at Nixon Peabody, and Scott Simpson, an associate at the firm, write that it remains to be seen whether foreign health care can play a meaningful role in reducing the trill
Anthony S. Guardino, a partner with Farrell Fritz, analyzes a constitutional battle over land use planning and a municipality's power to condemn privately owned property by eminent domain that arose
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