In his Tax Litigation Issues column, Jeremy H. Temkin, a principal in Morvillo Abramowitz Grand Iason & Anello, writes that a plurality of the Supreme Court recently ruled that an individual must aff
...moved for an order pursuant to NYC Admin. Code §27-2115(m)(4) awarding it attorney fees. The landlord asserted that "around the...
...adequate and stable home for the child (see Matter of Donelle Thomas M., 4 AD3d 137, 138 [1st Dept 2004]). This constitutes the...
In his Real Estate Securities column, Peter M. Fass, a partner at Proskauer Rose, writes that the admission of new partners is normally only a temporary measure to prevent the immediate loss of the p
...U.S. nationals and several other crimes after she picked up an M-4 rifle and fired at Americans who had come to question her...
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