A Commission on Judicial Nomination headed by a former chief judge and counseled by two former clerks of the Court of Appeals has produced what observers say is not only the most diverse group of hig
...firm promoted a fraudulent tax scheme. Brian and Joelle Kelly claim Rosenman & Colin played a central role in the design, promotion and implementation of...
...166  [internal quotation marks and citations omitted]; see also Rosenman Colin Freund Lewis & Cohen v Neuman, 93 AD2d 745, 746...
David E. Miller of the Law Office of Michael C. Rakower writes that with the proper form of submission, use of "magic words" that must appear within it, and laying out clearly the relief to which the
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