Two divorcing law partners who reached an agreement in principle for winding up their business — complete with an arbitration clause — must submit to arbitration their lingering disputes
In a series of final fee requests filed in court this week, 10 law, financial, and restructuring firms tally up their hours worked and expenses incurred from the time Dewey & LeBoeuf filed for bankru
...Michael Kurz, Esq., Kurz & Associates, L.L.C., Guilderland, NY...Debtors were represented by David Goldin, Esq. who successfully moved to...
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
...Jane W. Goldblum Kevin Golden Barry Goldin Jerry S. Goldman John W. Goldsborough...
...New Jersey Supreme Court Associate Justice Barry Albin and Connors...was given the Martin S. Goldin Family Law Award, which recognizes...
Attorneys and others helping to guide Dewey & LeBoeuf through Chapter 11 have laid out exactly how many hours, and at what cost, they have spent steering the defunct law firm's estate through its fir
The state's highest court ruled yesterday that criminal activity traditionally ascribed to gangs cannot be prosecuted under the anti-terrorism statutes enacted in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001, atta
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
New York's highest court ruled Tuesday that criminal activity traditionally ascribed to gangs cannot be prosecuted under the anti-terrorism statutes enacted in the wake of the September 11, 2001, att
The Court of Appeals not only found in its 6-0 decision that Bronx prosecutors improperly invoked the anti-terrorism law against Edgar Morales, a member of a street gang known as the St. James Boys,
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