Ronald S. Katz and Jeremy R. Lacks of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips write: The four major professional sports leagues and the NCAA scored a significant victory in September in their ongoing lawsuit to pr
...the area was a designated bus stop maintained by the City (cf. Phillips v. Atlantic-Hudson, Inc., 105 AD3d 639 [1st Dept 2013]). ...
... Cite as: 149-05 Owners Corp. v. IRA Phillips, 51616/11, NYLJ 1202629494966, at *1 (Civ. QU, Decided October 31, 2013...
A divided New York Court of Appeals held Tuesday that an offender who is placed on "strict and intensive" supervision instead of being involuntarily committed to a secure mental institution cannot be
The Bloomberg administration's attempt to introduce new eligibility restrictions for single adults seeking temporary admission to New York City's homeless shelters was rejected Tuesday by the state's
...by respondents, albeit untimely, without landlord's objection. Prime tenant Phyllis Phillips claimed she was initially unaware of a paragraph, allegedly missing from her...
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