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
Louis F. Eckert, a senior partner with Litchfield Cavo, and Michael J. Kozoriz, a senior associate with the firm, review cases that demonstrate the costly decision that a defendant or its insurer mak
Judge Chester J. Straub writes to encourage opportunities, and support for, young lawyers to seek meaningful civic and political involvement
...of New York City Mayor John Lindsay, New York City Comptroller Harrison Goldin and Governor Hugh Carey. He was also an undersecretary for the U...
...German wind-down counsel Thierhoff Muller & Partner ($592,000) and Goldin Associates, which provided financial analysis ($1.3 million) were also among those...
...his trial decision (the "Trial Decision"). See Affidavit of Barry Goldin in support of Plaintiffs' Motion for Summary Judgment ("Goldin Aff...
Despite the pro bono contributions made by attorneys and the courts' funding of civil legal services, Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman said the state still faces a pressing need to provide more legal hel
In an uncommon denial of discharge, Chief Northern District Bankruptcy Judge Robert Littlefield Jr. said the petition of Daniel and Susan Wolpe was littered with falsehoods. Littlefield denied the de
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