A unanimous Appellate Division, First Department panel on Thursday disbarred Manhattan attorney Scott Gibson, who submitted his resignation from the bar while under investigation for stealing from hi
A man who thought he was King Arthur and killed his victim after escaping from a mental institution is entitled to a third trial, an appellate panel in Albany ruled yesterday
... The New York Law Journal is seeking nominations for the 2014 Outstanding Legal Department award. ...
A State Supreme Court justice from the Bronx should be censured for using her staffers to watch her child while she was on the bench and inviting them to pray with the judge in her chambers, the stat
Daniel Brown hadn't yet passed the bar when he took on a pro bono case that launched what has become a years-long legal crusade
Joseph Romano, enraged over his imprisonment in a multimillion-dollar coin fraud scheme, opted for "gruesome and deadly" revenge by plotting to have a federal judge and prosecutor killed and to keep
Mandatory electronic filing has been expanded to include some Supreme Court filings in Onondaga and Suffolk counties under a directive from Chief Administrative Judge A. Gail Prudenti
An upstate health clinic is not liable for the confidentiality breach that occurred when one of its nurses revealed to a patient's girlfriend that he had a sexually transmitted disease, the state Cou
A shareholder of the Lower East Side's East River Housing complex must pay more than $30,000 in attorney fees after losing a suit over a dog he kept against the complex's rules
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