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In their Trail Advocacy column, Ben Rubinowitz of Gair, Gair, Conason, Steigman, Mackauf, Bloom & Rubinowitz, and Evan Torgan of Torgan & Cooper, write: Just as defendants use surreptitious video-rec
...making large contributions were Block, O'Toole & Murphy ($25,000), Gair, Gair, Conason, Steigman, Mackauf, Bloom & Rubinowitz ($25,000) and Torgan, Cooper...
...pressed on. Counsel for Daugerdas at the prior trial, led by Chris Gair of Jenner & Block in Chicago, withdrew in November 2012, telling Pauley...
In their Trial Advocacy column, Ben Rubinowitz of Gair, Gair, Conason, Steigman, Mackauf, Bloom & Rubinowitz and Evan Torgan of Torgan & Cooper write: Summation marks the attorney's final interaction
Manhattan attorney Andrew Lavoott Bluestone discusses the ending of the relationship by an attorney or by a client, what constitutes good cause in each situation, the fees an attorney may be owed and
In their Trial Advocacy column, Ben Rubinowitz, a partner at Gair, Gair, Conason, Steigman, Mackauf, Bloom & Rubinowitz, and Evan Torgan, a member of Torgan & Cooper, write that when a taped depositi
... ATTORNEYS Plaintiff Attorney: Gair, Gair, Conason, Steigman, MacKauf, Bloom & Rubinowitz. Defendant...
Ralph A. Catalano, a partner at Catalano Gallardo & Petropoulos, writes that there are few topics that will infuriate a plaintiff's medical malpractice lawyer more than Judiciary Law Section 474-a, t
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