In his State E-Discovery column, Mark A. Berman, a partner at Ganfer & Shore, writes: Cooperation in e-discovery is not just an altruistic goal, but is required under New York's Commercial Division r
Once just proposals on paper, the recommendations set forth by a task force on commercial litigation convened by Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman a year and a half ago are gradually nearing actualization
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...11084. HOLLY SCHEPISI plf-ap, v. TODD ROBERTS def-res — Ganfer & Shore, LLP, New York (Ira Brad Matetsky of counsel), for ap —...
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...Mark A. Berman, a partner with the 25-lawyer firm of Ganfer & Shore, cochairs the committee with Ignatius A. Grande of Hughes Hubbard &...
New York City planners had an adequate basis for putting a bike share station in front of a Greenwich Village apartment building said a judge, rejecting residents' complaints of increased traffic, no
In his State E-Discovery column, Mark A. Berman, a partner at Ganfer & Shore, writes: Since the summer, New York courts have issued a number of decisions that provide real practical guidance to clien
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In his State E-discovery column, Mark A. Berman, a partner at Ganfer & Shore, writes: The sanction for an ESI spoliation offense often does not merit that a party's pleading be stricken, although sou
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