...alumni and lawyers affiliated with the New York State Bar Association and the Suffolk County Bar Association. The center was offering referrals...
...even indirect restraints on competition. Recently, the New York Supreme Court, Erie County, cited Cohen and subsequent cases in determining that portions of...
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
...rights suit brought against the Massachusetts Attorney General by a business trade association, which is not itself a party to any relevant state litigation, and...
...officials, the seven cities or counties that employ these officials, and...the East Texas Police Chiefs Association, asserting four claims: (1) a...
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