A set of proposed federal rule changes meant to streamline discovery also could have a significant effect on New York's state courts if they are passed, according to New York attorneys
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
As sales of electronic books and readers skyrocket, the threat of piracy and other copyright issues loom. Publishers are test-driving different litigation strategies to fight illegal downloads
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...trademark lawyer Andrew Berger, a counsel to New York-based Tannenbaum Helpern Syracuse & Hirschtritt, said Gertner's ruling is the first time a judge...
Two of the bills signed into law as part of New York's Greener, Greater Buildings Plan -- benchmarking and energy auditing and adjustments -- will compel an examination of the energy usage of large b
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