Jeremiah M. Welch, a partner with Saxe, Doernberger & Vita, and Julian D. Ehrlich, senior vice president of Aon's Construction Services Group, write that the underlying theme of several of the most
With three competing proposals on who should have access to forensic evaluation reports in child custody cases, and under what terms, the Office of Court Administration asked to hear from the bench a
...York City corporate headquarters for an overall total of 24,562 square feet. Madison Logic, a data solutions provider for B2B advertisers, has been a...
One year after administrators pledged to slash backlogs in the state courts, they are chipping away at a bloated inventory of older cases. Officials credit the "tremendous job" done by judges and non
...LLC, and William McCluskey, Defendants and Third-Party Plaintiffs v. Progressive Capital Solutions, LLC, Gene Weiss, Edward Duran, and John Puglisi, Third-Party Defendants...
Thomas A. Dickerson and Daniel D. Angiolillo, associate justices of the Appellate Division, Second Department, write that the governor's 2 percent real property tax cap program has recently been cha
In his Domestic Banking column, Clyde Mitchell, an adjunct professor of banking law at Fordham Law School, writes: Although our Financial Services Industry appears to be getting stronger and pulling
...My primary research focus has been on the causes of and solutions for America's experience of mass incarceration. It was the subject of...
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