In their Immigration Law column, Angelo A. Paparelli of Seyfarth Shaw and Ted J. Chiappari and Olivia M. Sanson of Satterlee Stephens Burke & Burke write: At this time last year, the Obama administra
Although divorcing spouses settled before a one-day hearing to determine who would have final possession of their dog could take place, matrimonial lawyers say the case could help shape future disput
...central firehouse. This acquisition and construction would, among other things, address the aging condition of the City's existing firehouses in a cost-effective manner...
Among other additions, promotions and honors, Cleveland-based litigation firm Kaufman & Co. has opened a New York office and the former assistant counsel for energy and the environment to Governor An
...left to right: Kevin M. Cremin, director of litigation for disability and aging rights, MFY Legal Services; Mark Gombiner, staff attorney for Federal Defenders of...
...New York1 and Vermont have sought to close down aging nuclear power plants located in their states: Indian Point, about 35 miles...
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