In their White-Collar Crime column, Elkan Abramowitz and Jonathan Sack, members of Morvillo Abramowitz Grand Iason & Anello, write: As a practical matter, the decision about self-reporting commonly b
Two federal judges came to such widely different conclusions about the government's telephone surveillance program in December that the U.S. Supreme Court likely won't ignore the issue
...by Judge Paul Crotty, chair of the district's Ad Hoc Subcommittee on Section 1983 Cases (NYLJ...
In his Cyber Crime column, Peter A. Crusco, executive assistant district attorney, investigations division, Office of the Queens County District Attorney, writes: In 'People v. Puesan', the First Dep
...."1 The author served as chair of the subcommittee that drafted the report. The report sets forth the general...
Allen Charne, the longtime executive director of the New York City Bar Legal Referral Service, has been the leader and innovator of a program that annually fields more than 75,000 calls from consumer
...A 2010 report by the New York City Bar's Subcommittee on Electronic Court Records and Council on Judicial Administration endorsed redactions in...
In his Corporate Securities column, John C. Coffee Jr., the Adolf A. Berle Professor of Law at Columbia University Law School and Director of its Center on Corporate Governance, writes: Many are disa
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