The case involves three members of the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association who were elected as representatives for officers in the Bronx. The city allowed them paid leaves of absence in order to work
The judiciary's quest for its first budget hike in more than five years has elicited, if not an outright endorsement, at least empathy and preliminary support from two key lawmakers and other importa
Surrogate Cathryn Doyle's attorney has asked the Court of Appeals to review the 8-2 decision of the Commission on Judicial Conduct calling for his client's banishment from the judiciary for presiding
Financial disclosures due Monday at the state Board of Elections for the 27-day period following the Nov. 5 general election indicated that the Justice for All 2013 committee raised an additional $12
The Supreme Court on Tuesday heard arguments in a case stemming from Northwest Airlines' termination of a membership in its frequent-flyer program. At its core, the case is about federal preemption u
Twenty-one attorneys and staff of Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle grew mustaches last month as part of the Movember campaign to raise awareness for men's health issues
The funding will allow the clinic to take on an additional 250 homeowners and businesses affected by Hurricane Sandy as pro bono clients over the next two years
Southern District Judge Katherine Forrest found that Gigi Jordan, who faces trial for the murder of her autistic son, had failed to exhaust her state remedies and does not qualify for a narrow except
While large firm associates looking to move to a smaller firm routinely bring first-rate credentials, excellent training and familiarity with complex matters, they may lack the hands-on experience a
Ronald S. Katz and Jeremy R. Lacks of Manatt, Phelps & Phillips write: The four major professional sports leagues and the NCAA scored a significant victory in September in their ongoing lawsuit to pr
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