In their Bankruptcy Practice column, John J. Rapisardi and Joseph Zujkowski of O'Melveny & Myers write: The FDIC argues that as the statutory successor to certain defunct banks, it, and not the debto
Robert Giuffra Jr. and Michael Wiseman write: H. Rodgin Cohen, senior chairman of Sullivan & Cromwell, has been at the epicenter of virtually every key event impacting banking and Wall Street since t
...of Connecticut, with its mix of cities, suburban communities and small New England towns; the two spread-out Northern and Western districts in upstate New...
The former Court of Appeals judge discusses the recently published 'Opening Statements: Law Jurisprudence, and the Legacy of Dutch New York,' a collection of essays he edited with his wife, and his w
...of California, Los Angeles and Harvard Law School. Glatt served in the Army and was stationed in England during the Korean War. In 1955, he...
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