...the judge spoke freely when she sat down recently with the Law Journal to discuss some of her prior decisions and her views on being...
...City Police Department. In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, Kelly criticized what he said was the influence of civil rights lawyers...
A unanimous Third Department panel held in an opinion by Justice John Egan Jr. that a defendant's invocation of the right to silence must be "scrupulously honored" once it is stated in an "unequivoca
New York should adopt a mathematical formula that would function similarly to one used to award child support to determine both the temporary and post-divorce maintenance due the non-monied spouse in
Although the dog's owners told a professional canine photographer that their labrador retriever Delilah also had knocked them over by running into their legs, Third Department Justice Leslie Stein sa
Gideon Karlick was initially suspended for six months after a client had complained that he neglected a medical malpractice and wrongful death action, and he never moved for reinstatement
Five firms announce the addition of new partners, along with other moves, promotions and honors
The First Department ruling upheld the confirmation of an arbitrator's award in favor of the teachers' unions, who had argued the plan was designed to circumvent procedures established by their colle
In a May 16 letter to Senator Charles Schumer, state bar president Seymour James Jr. expressed the organization's "full support" for "mandating that the Attorney General appoint counsel for unaccompa
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