...Given the clarity of the rulings, and the number of local governments that expressed interest in the issues by obtaining permission to file amici...
Next month, Nassau County District Court Judge Terence Murphy, the only active military judge presiding over a New York veterans treatment court, will trade his robes for a U.S. Army uniform
The chair of a state Senate committee, Michael Ranzenhofer, R-Amherst, said outdated and onerous regulatory burdens in the law have caused more and more entities to seek incorporation in Delaware ins
In their Corporate Insurance Law column, Howard B. Epstein and Theodore A. Keyes of Schulte Roth & Zabel write: As a result of the rise of cyber incidents and the increased focus on computer security
Mary Noe, an Impartial Hearing Officer for special education cases, writes that the message from the New York and New Jersey cases is that public employees cannot assume that their postings will esca
"It is undisputed that [the defendant] violated the relevant Administrative Code provision - he removed and transported a recyclable object using a motor vehicle," Justice Rosalyn Richter wrote for t
The Attorney General announced yesterday that Southern District Assistant U.S. Attorney Alvin Bragg Jr. has been named executive deputy attorney general for social justice and Eric Stock of Hogan Lov
With a dramatic increase in the number of lower court judges designated acting Supreme Court justices, state court administrators are looking to scale back a program that boosts the salaries of nearl
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