The goals and bios for the new leaders of the Nassau, Suffolk, Dutchess, Orange, Westchester and Rockland County Bar Associations
The three major capital projects will result in new Family Court facilities in Nassau and Westchester counties, and the restoration of court space in the Orange County Government Center that was lost
Mary Noe, an Impartial Hearing Officer for special education cases, writes that the message from the New York and New Jersey cases is that public employees cannot assume that their postings will esca
...group include expanding CLE programs, particularly those concerning the legal needs of Brooklyn's growing community of artist and entrepreneurs; along with developing trial court...
A lawyer for New York City insisted yesterday that plaintiffs have thoroughly failed to prove that New York City police violate the U.S. Constitution on a massive scale by stopping, questioning and f
...N. DeLia, Dir.-Mental Hygiene Legal Services ...
In his Intellectual Property column, Stephen M. Kramarsky, a member of Dewey Pegno & Kramarsky, writes: Internet marketing has long been a double-edged sword. A successful viral advertisement can roc
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