In their Trusts and Estates Law column, C. Raymond Radigan, of counsel to Ruskin Moscou Faltischek, and Jennifer F. Hillman, an attorney at the firm, write that because of the increasing use of inter
...May 22, 2012, the EPTL-SCPA Legislative Advisory Committee, led by former Surrogate C. Raymond Radigan (Radigan committee), submitted to the legislature its ...
In their Trusts and Estates Law column, C. Raymond Radigan and Peter K. Kelly, of counsel to Ruskin Moscou Faltischek, write that a statute that clarifies the extent of the wrongs giving rise to forf
...various organizations at the request of the New York State Legislative Advisory Committee on EPTL and SCPA have been considering whether to recommend the adoption...
...1) (dealing with chose in action) (see jurisdiction after Piccione, Radigan 56 N.Y.S.B.J. 12 (April 1984)) have put much...
Jonathan J. Rikoon, a partner at Debevoise & Plimpton, and Louise Ding Yang, an associate at the firm, write that over the past decade more than 30 jurisdictions have enacted legislation - primarily
In his Evidence column, Michael J. Hutter, a professor at Albany Law School, writes that, as attorneys and their clients are painfully aware, much discovery in New York state and federal courts now i
In their Trusts and Estates Law column, C. Raymond Radigan, a former Surrogate of Nassau County and of counsel to Ruskin Moscou Faltischek, and Jennifer F. Hillman, an attorney at the firm, write tha
In their Trusts and Estates Law column, C. Raymond Radigan and Peter K. Kelly of Ruskin Moscou Faltischek write that an objection to probate on the grounds of duress has been entangled with that of u
...New York State Senate and Assembly, by joint resolution, created the Advisory Committee to the Legislature on EPTL and SCPA, for which I was selected...
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