In his Tax Appeals Tribunal column, Joseph Lipari of Roberts & Holland writes: An interesting structural problem that arises from time to time involves a property owner that does not wish to move his
...sect;1983 for retaliating against the Plaintiff for exercising her First Amendment right to free speech. Subsequent to the resolution of Lynch I...
Jay Goldberg, a member of Jay Goldberg P.C., writes that almost a decade ago, the Second Circuit observed that there is an informational gap that exists between the defense and the prosecution, but w
...employer, White Plains Hospital Medical Center ("Hospital"), and former...the New York State Human Rights Law, N.Y. Exec. L...
...that there was a risk that [the sponsor] would retain the unconditional right to rent rather than sell units." The plaintiff further alleged that...
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