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
Lee Spielmann, an assistant regional counsel with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, writes: Even after nearly three-quarters of a century, the Supreme Court's seminal First Amendment ruling i
...communities of color, you hear that law-abiding citizens, going about their daily business, on the way to the park, taking their children to school...
Ken Strutin, director of legal information services at the New York State Defenders Association, writes: At present, many executives distance themselves from their chief equitable authority. Some put
James M. Keneally, a partner at Kelley Drye & Warren, writes that as lawyers, we often advise clients to invoke their Fifth Amendment rights, when the clients desperately want to tell "their side of
Veteran prosecutor Robert Biancavilla was in court last month as a Suffolk County judge sentenced two men to life in prison for a triple homicide in Central Islip. The next evening, he could be found
Shira Scheindlin, who is presiding over one of the most politically charged cases in recent New York City history, says there are too many judges who don't want to deliver controversial rulings. Few
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