James M. McGuire, a partner at Dechert, reviews the Court of Appeals' recent affirmations of the depraved indifference murder convictions of three automobile drivers who either were highly intoxicate
... Attorney for Claimant: James G. Greilsheimer, Esq.,/Cynthia Lovinger...bounded by Willoughby Street, Albee Square (Gold Street), Fulton Mall and...
...NY. Attorneys for defendant Old Navy, LLC by: James D. Weinberger, Esq., Anna Leipsic, Esq., Fross Zelnick Lehrman & Zissu, P...
...Appellees and Counter-Defendants-Appellees: James W. Quinn, Randi W. Singer...Appellants: Marc Toberoff, Toberoff & Associates, P.C., Malibu, California....
The state unconstitutionally deprived five corporations of tax benefits by applying changes to the Empire Zones Program made in 2009 retroactively to the beginning of 2008, the Court of Appeals ruled
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