Tammy Smiley, the chief of the Appeals Bureau in the Nassau County District Attorney's Office, and Andrea M. DiGregorio, an assistant district attorney, examine the growing acceptance and use of work
Laila Abou-Rahme and Stephen Scotch-Marmo of Bingham McCutchen write: New York's fixed prejudgment interest rate may have once made sense, but for many years now, it has lagged behind the market. It
...the County of Schenectady. In 2009, the New York State Legislature enacted Chapter 100 of the Laws of 2009 (the "Session Law...
...raised, is a 'petty indignity.' — Terry v. Ohio, 392 U.S. 1, 16-17 (1968) Whether you stand...
Andrew S. Kaufman, a partner at Kaufman Borgeest & Ryan, writes: New York is in a distinct minority of jurisdictions in which published medical literature is usable on cross-examination only if the o
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