In his Cross-Border Concerns column, Stephen Treglia, legal counsel at Absolute Software Corporation, writes that when any topic receives vociferous attention in the general public, the law typically
Appointed presiding justice by Governor Mario M. Cuomo in 1994 and reappointed by George E. Pataki in 2005, Justice Cardona announced his intention to retire at the end of 2011. He passed Sunday even
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...National Journal and writer of a well-received history of the Baltimore Orioles, here turns his attention to the oversized personalities and high drama...
...I will discuss begin in 1996. The baseball players of the Baltimore Orioles were unable to negotiate a share of television revenue; they then...
In a much-anticipated $9.8 billion transaction, BlackRock, Inc., one of the country's largest sellers of stock funds, and Merrill Lynch & Co., the leading seller of fixed-income funds and bonds, anno
Lewis R. Clayton, a partner at Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison, writes that American patent applications typically are prosecuted ex parte ? without the participation of any interested parti
Robert J. Bernstein, an attorney in New York City and the immediate past president of the Copyright Society of the USA, and Robert W. Clarida, a partner at Cowan, Liebowitz & Latman, write that every
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