New York lawyers must disclose on their biennial registration forms how many pro bono hours they provided and the amount of financial contributions they made to pro bono programs during the previous
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Despite the cold temperatures, January is often the month that the lateral market thaws and attorneys begin to make moves. This year has been no exception, with maybe a little more movement than in r
...said Martin Schwimmer, an intellectual property partner at New York-based Moses and Singer, who isn't involved in the case. Courts are...
... , formerly a partner with the New York law firm of Moses & Singer, are now principal shareholders. The firm's offices remain...
...mdash; which was at that time represented by New York's Moses & Singer with Squire Sanders & Dempsey as local counsel — for continuing...
The Pennsylvania Board of Law Examiners recently announced the results of the bar examination administered on July 24 and 25. Some 2,004 applicants took the examination of which 1,559 passed (the ove
The Pennsylvania Board of Law Examiners recently announced the results of the bar examination given on July 24 and 25. Some 2,004 applicants took the examination of which 1,559 passed (the overall pa
...Whiteman group, which is represented by Jay R. Fialkoff of Moses & Singer, insisted on pursuing its case. That stance prevented funds...
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