New York's Shield Law may be invoked by Fox News reporter Jana Winter to block a subpoena issued by a Colorado court to compel her to reveal her sources for an article about James Holmes, the "Batman
...Matter of Citineighbors Coalition of Historic Carnegie Hill v. New York City Landmarks Preserv. Commn., 2 NY3d 727, 728-729 ). So too is the...
Timothy Graulich and Giorgio Bovenzi of Davis Polk & Wardwell write: As restructurings become increasingly cross border, Chapter 15 recognitions of foreign proceedings have become increasingly common
A former "graffiti mecca" in Long Island City may have been wiped clean, but the legal battle continues over whether the outdoor aerosol art, ephemeral by its nature, should have been preserved under
... Advertising industry lawyers who were hoping for surprising or landmark cases in 2013 have been sorely disappointed. However, despite a dearth of...
In his Construction Law column, Kenneth M. Block, a member of Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt, informs that while liquidated damages are generally enforceable under New York law, there are
Mary E. Flynn and Brett Dockwell of Morrison Cohen write: A variety of factors can affect the valuation of land, making it difficult to predict how the language of a ground lease will affect the part
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