Yann Geron and Oksana Wright of Fox Rothschild write: It has been over two years since the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in 'Stern v. Marshall,' and New York courts and litigants are still struggling
...targets of near-constant litigation or other legal action requiring the preservation, collection and production of massive quantities of electronic data. It was...
In his Municipal Law column, Jeffrey D. Friedlander, first assistant corporation counsel of the City of New York, surveys cases handled by the division in the state appellate courts over the past yea
In his Criminal Law column, Ken Strutin, director of legal information services at the New York State Defenders Association, writes: This term, the U.S. Supreme Court issued two opinions involving K-
In his Criminal Law column, Ken Strutin, director of legal information services at the New York State Defenders Association, writes that the Internet is providing new information streams for client a
Justice David B. Saxe writes: Much of the way we work at the First Department is opaque and confusing to new colleagues at our court and virtually unknown to the outside bar. I have discovered that e
...Attorney for Evan McHale: Attorneys for The John McHale and Magda McHale Archives Foundation, Hugh M. Russ, III, Esq., of Counsel, Hodgson Russ LLP....
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