...of New York's Commercial Division to help retain its competitive edge both in the United States and abroad. These measures...
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Four Republican Appellate Division justices have ventured into what several of their Republican colleagues have recently found to be turbulent reelection waters in districts with increasing Democrati
...people, improves lives, creates jobs, and allows America to keep its competitive edge." If patent law allowed Monsanto's genetically modified...
Eric Lane, the new dean of the Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University, wants applicants to know he's reading their personal statements. Where he sees potential, he encourages the applic
When it comes to year-end associate bonuses, it appears the legal industry's top tier still follows Cravath, Swaine & Moore. The firm announced that it would dole out more extra cash to its 372 junio
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