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With the defeat of a proposed constitutional amendment that would have increased the retirement age of some judges, Governor Andrew Cuomo will likely have the opportunity to name a new chief judge an
...in federal court. As the court explained in Westmoreland v. Columbia Broadcasting System,5 [W...
Notice to the bar
In his Zoning and Land Use Planning column, Anthony S. Guardino, a partner with Farrell Fritz, writes that a seven-year battle over a Long Island town's efforts to use its local zoning powers to ban
...ET AL., plf, v. SUPERIOR BROADCASTING COMPANY, INC., def, ESTATE OF...judgment of the Supreme Court, Nassau County, dated September 21, 2011...
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