...Albany. For Respondent: Michael J. Hutter of Powers & Santola, LLP, Albany, of Counsel, Greenberg & Greenberg, Hudson. ...
...amp; Corde in Albany represented Delilah's owners. Michael Hutter of Powers & Santola in Albany argued for Bloom....
New York should adopt a mathematical formula that would function similarly to one used to award child support to determine both the temporary and post-divorce maintenance due the non-monied spouse in
Justice Sheila Abdus-Salaam's nomination to the state Court of Appeals sailed through the Judiciary Committee yesterday without an opposing vote. Chairman John Bonacic, calling her an "exemplary nomi
Governor Andrew Cuomo has nominated Sheila Abdus-Salaam, a highly regarded appellate judge, for a seat on the New York State Court of Appeals, saying she has shown "a deep understanding of the everyd
In his Evidence column, Albany Law School professor Michael J. Hutter writes: The Court of Appeals in 'People v. Pealer' could have embarked on a course lamenting the lack of guidance from and uncert
...Harris, Conway & Donovan, PLLC, Albany (Michael J. Hutter of Powers & Santola, LLP, of counsel), for respondents. Rose, J.P....
... For appellant-respondent: Michael J. Hutter of Powers & Santola, LLP, Albany, of counsel, Pennock Law Firm, PLLC, Clifton Park....
In other appeals decided on Feb. 28, the Third Department upheld a civil contempt citation against an attorney who was fined for failure to testify truthfully and produce subpoenaed documents related
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