Zachary Carter, the incoming New York City corporation counsel, said he is ready to take over an office already running at full speed on a number of major issues. "Absolutely," Carter said in an inte
The outgoing New York City corporation counsel discusses his tenure and approach to defending the city, changes to the Law Department over the last 12 years, tort reform, the merit selection of judge
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Jay Goldberg, a member of Jay Goldberg P.C., writes that almost a decade ago, the Second Circuit observed that there is an informational gap that exists between the defense and the prosecution, but w
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