Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Milton Tingling held that although the city's Board of Health has "very broad" powers, they do not include "the authority to limit or ban a legal item under the guise
Edward Koch was a sometimes polarizing figure during the 12 years he served as New York City's mayor, but legal observers praised his efforts to remove politics as a factor in judicial appointment
In his Criminal Law and Procedure column, Barry Kamins, a Supreme Court justice, administrative judge, Criminal Court of the City of New York, and administrative judge for criminal matters in Brookly
A panel of experts on veterans and their legal needs told more than 200 people attending the Presidential Summit yesterday at the annual NYSBA meeting that although former service personnel or member
In his International Environmental Law column, Stephen L. Kass, a partner at Carter Ledyard & Milburn, writes: Unfortunately, the records of the International Court of Justice and the Inter-American
...argues in its motion papers that the televisions at issue suffered "epidemic" failure and that EA Display failed to replace the defective units...
Craig A. Landy, a partner at Peckar & Abramson, writes that while the law of force majeure in general commercial transactions in New York has remained settled for more than two decades, the same cann
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