...with the long and complicated history of this litigation is presumed. Of relevance here, on April 25, 2012, a judgment, including prejudgment interest and attorney...
A Chinese Christian minister who claims she was threatened and intimidated in Indonesia should have had a chance to present expert testimony on worsening conditions for Christians in that country, th
In her Trusts and Estates Update column, Ilene Sherwyn Cooper of Farrell Fritz, examines decisions addressed to matters affecting discovery in the Surrogate?s Court, including the privilege respectin
Christopher E. Loh and Christopher P. Hill of Fitzpatrick, Cella, Harper & Scinto write: Inter partes review is an adversarial process that involves discovery and depositions, is subject to the Feder
In his Evidence column, Albany Law School professor Michael J. Hutter writes: While a recent opinion from the Court of Appeals involved the presentation of expert opinion and its basis grounded in he
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