Shira Scheindlin, who is presiding over one of the most politically charged cases in recent New York City history, says there are too many judges who don't want to deliver controversial rulings. Few
Geoffrey A. Mort, of counsel to Kraus & Zuchlewski, discusses the stigma of unemployment and the New York City act, which takes effect in mid-June and represents the most assertive legal step taken t
...agreement reached by counsel and consented to the appointment of a Special Master to be selected by the Court.1 According to the...
In his Immigration Law column, Michael D. Patrick, a partner at Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, writes that while encouragement of employers to sponsor certain highly educated, STEM-capable emplo
...Ciparick, the former state Court of Appeals judge, has been appointed special master to draw new district lines for the Orange County legislature based on...
A part-time judge may serve as president of a not-for-profit organization which promotes athletic involvement by raising funds for athletic programs at local schools and may assist the organization w
In their Financing column, Jason Goldstein and Joshua Sohn, members of DLA Piper, write that in the current commercial real estate finance market, many loans are "non-recourse" to the borrower and it
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