...Bayer had made unsubstantiated claims in its promotional materials to "busy moms" that Mirena enhanced a woman's sexual drive and made her...
Katharine Parker, a partner at Proskauer Rose, and Jacquelyn Weisman, an associate at the firm, write that the 2010 Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act ushered in a range of new responsibiliti
A Manhattan man was wrongly denied the right to succeed to his mother's tenancy in a housing project on the basis of a 1996 criminal conviction because he was never given a chance to argue for himsel
...February 2012 from his work computer with the subject line "A Mom's Memory." The text said: "A little boy said to...
The Third Department held there was "sufficient evidence regarding the mother's inappropriate use of the Internet to demean and disparage the oldest child, as well as her lack of remorse or insight i
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