The list of the names of the 8,098 candidates who passed the bar examination given on July 30 and 31
...PERLSTEIN (3082/13); Shirley Korman (3083/13); Trina Richner Lawson (3681/13); Clare Bernstein (3455/13); Irene Jonish (3086/13); Margaret Walch (3428/13); Elaine...
In his Evidence column, Michael J. Hutter, a professor at Albany Law School and special counsel to Powers & Santola, writes that the "missing witness" rule is routinely invoked where the absent witne
...Connolly; (2) Patrick Connolly; (3) Rosemary Connolly; (4) Philip Mone; (5) Bridget Clare Dignam; (6) Rose McKenna; (7) Catherine Elizabeth Duffy; (8) Anna Elizabeth Mone...
Thomas Califano, a partner at DLA Piper, and Daniel Egan, an associate with the firm, write that in a typical bankruptcy sale, the debtor is seeking to obtain the highest and best offer for its asse
...Green's acts and/or omissions (see e.g. Hill v. St. Clare's Hosp., 67 NY2d 72, 79 ). Green testified that he was...
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