Dudley the dog's tendency to bark at passing traffic and run hither and thither in his own yard does not give rise to an inference of vicious propensities, an upstate appellate panel has held in toss
A judge erred in refusing to quash grand jury subpoenas served on the Westchester County Department of Social Services in the wake of a child's death, said a Brooklyn appellate panel
The Third Department decided that, contrary to the defendant's contentions that the 2003 unlawful surveillance law applies only to "peeping Toms" who hide video cameras in bathrooms or dressing rooms
Kristopher M. Hansen, Jayme T. Goldstein and Jonathan D. Canfield of Stroock & Stroock & Lavan write: A recent decision by the Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware illustrates the difficult
A pediatrician accused of sexually abusing patients cannot appeal a judge's refusal to quash subpoenas directed to the doctor's adult children, the Second Circuit said Friday, holding that any abuse
Stairs leading from sidewalk trapdoors to basements, common throughout New York City, are not "interior stairs" under the city's building code, making it legal to obstruct them with a conveyor belt i
MFY Legal Services held its 2013 Pro Bono Recognition Awards Breakfast Friday at the offices of Davis Polk & Waldwell
A preliminary report of Governor Cuomo's anti-corruption panel has reignited an old debate over whether New York should join the federal government and the vast majority of states and scrap its contr
Eastern District Judge Arthur Spatt said Friday the village of Garden City's rejection of a planned "affordable housing" complex had a negative impact on minorities and ordered the village to submit
Eleanor Alter, a partner at Kasowitz, Benson, Torres & Friedman, will step down from the board of trustees of the Lawyers' Fund for Client Protection. Former Court of Appeals chief clerk Stuart Cohen
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