...de Reya and president of the New York chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, who also is not involved in this case...
In his Matrimonial Practice column, Timothy M. Tippins, adjunct professor at Albany Law School, discusses the Second Department decision 'O'Loughlin v. Sweetland,' which affirmed a lower court decisi
In their Appellate Practice column, Thomas R. Newman, of counsel to Duane Morris, and Steven J. Ahmuty Jr., a partner at Shaub, Ahmuty, Citrin & Spratt, review the mootness doctrine, a recent example
In his Divorce Law column, Alton L. Abramowitz, a senior partner at Mayerson Abramowitz & Kahn, writes that on the one hand, reviewing a forensic evaluator's underlying materials before a custody tri
...he and his sister Judge Inez Smith Reid were the only African American students, through the end of his tenure on New York's...
Robert Giuffra Jr. and Michael Wiseman write: H. Rodgin Cohen, senior chairman of Sullivan & Cromwell, has been at the epicenter of virtually every key event impacting banking and Wall Street since t
...attorney and former president of the New York chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers, died Oct. 19 from pneumonia, said his wife...
A hedge fund manager in a high-stakes divorce no longer must pay the legal fees of his wife, who had not had the "skin in the game" that would give her an incentive to resolve litigation, a Manhattan
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