...office. Gordon previously served as a Branch Chief in the Division of Enforcement of the Securities and Exchange Commission
...Ecstasy, possession of a small amount of marijuana, false identification to law enforcement, and two counts of firearms not to be carried without a license...
Starting in January, prosecutors must disclose more information to criminal-defense lawyers. What are the state's elected prosecutors doing to prepare to comply with the Michael Morton Act, named aft
The Third Department decided that, contrary to the defendant's contentions that the 2003 unlawful surveillance law applies only to "peeping Toms" who hide video cameras in bathrooms or dressing rooms
...as partner in the Palo Alto office and will focus on litigation, enforcement and dispute counseling. Previously, Kipnis was a partner at Weil, Gotshal &...
A pediatrician accused of sexually abusing patients cannot appeal a judge's refusal to quash subpoenas directed to the doctor's adult children, the Second Circuit said Friday, holding that any abuse
...shy;security instructor for the FBI, the Secret Service and other law enforcement agencies, recommends that companies develop a data-breach response plan — and...
A preliminary report of Governor Cuomo's anti-corruption panel has reignited an old debate over whether New York should join the federal government and the vast majority of states and scrap its contr
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