In their Immigration Law column, Angelo A. Paparelli of Seyfarth Shaw and Ted J. Chiappari and Olivia M. Sanson of Satterlee Stephens Burke & Burke write: At this time last year, the Obama administra
In his Tax Litigation Issues column, Jeremy H. Temkin, a principal in Morvillo Abramowitz Grand Iason & Anello, writes that while more defendants are receiving sentences below the applicable guidelin
In her State Environmental Regulation column, Charlotte A. Biblow, a partner at Farrell Fritz, writes that monitoring underlies all actions in the blueprint, according to the DEC, because water quali
Matthew L. Levine, principal in the Law Offices of Matthew L. Levine, writes that the Justice Department appears to be giving priority to cases involving Chinese entities, reflecting conclusions of t
...Syracuse University and co-directors of the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse ("TRAC"), a data-gathering, research, and distribution organization affiliated with the university...
Goodwin Procter partners Richard M. Strassberg and Bill Harrington and associate Natasha Daughtrey write: The conflict between an individual's Sixth Amendment right to an effective defense and a comp
...March 5, 2012, bearing the headline "Surprising Judge-to-Judge Variations Documented in...
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