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...Additional Defendants Chancellor and Chief Executive Officer of the City University of New York; Ricardo R. Fernandez, President of Lehman College; Domenick...
...cleanup and abatement expenses to remove pulverized dust that infiltrated into its building from the collapse of the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001. Plaintiff...
...to Administrative Code of the City of New York ("Adm...owned by former tenants of buildings managed by defendant. Thus, such...
Sidley Austin's work advising the Tribune Company through four years of Chapter 11 proceedings that ended last month have generated more than $100 million in fees and expenses for the firm. In additi
Many middle-income people seeking a divorce can't afford to hire a lawyer but aren't poor enough to qualify for legal aid. Michael and Shelia Manely hope to fill this gap with the Justice Cafe, a wal
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Many middle-income people seeking a divorce can't afford to hire a lawyer but aren't poor enough to qualify for legal aid. Above, from left, Michael Manely, his wife Shelia, and Luis Velez stand in t
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