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Thomas A. Dickerson and Jeffrey A. Cohen, associate justices of the Second Department, and Kenneth A. Manning, a partner with Phillips Lytle, write: Recently, New York courts ruled on a variety of im
In his Criminal Law and Procedure column, Barry Kamins, an acting Supreme Court Justice, administrative judge, Criminal Court of the City of New York, and administrative judge for criminal matters in
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In his Foreclosure Litigation column, Bruce J. Bergman, a partner at Berkman, Henoch, Peterson & Peddy, writes that an eve of sale or post-sale assault on efficacy of service can void years of effort
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