In their Eastern District Roundup column, Harvey M. Stone and Richard H. Dolan, partners at Schlam Stone & Dolan, report on significant decisions handed down recently in the Eastern District covering
... For the Defendant: Ronald Russo, Esq., Schlam Stone & Dolan, LLP, New York, New York. Assistant...
...Attorneys for Amicus Curiae U.S. Public Research Interest Group: Schlam, Stone & Dolan, LLP, New York, NY. Attorneys for Objector American...
In their Eastern District Roundup, Harvey M. Stone and Richard H. Dolan, partners at Schlam Stone & Dolan, review the dismissal of mail fraud charges relating to a scheme to help applicants cheat in
New York City's dismissal of an otherwise promising police recruit because he wore an inch-long beard violated his constitutional right to practice his Chabad Lubavitch religion, a federal judge rule
In their Eastern District Roundup, Harvey M. Stone and Richard H. Dolan, partners at Schlam Stone & Dolan, review Judge Weinstein's opinion calling "unconscionable" the minimum sentence applicable to
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