In a highly anticipated ruling issued on Friday, Eastern District Judge John Gleeson granted final approval to a $5.7 billion class action settlement that would resolve claims by merchants that Visa
Pryor Cashman partner William L. Charron analyzes a decision where the Second Circuit found that New York's public policy against permitting the state to become an international marketplace for stole
The Appellate Division, Fourth Department, held its first session on Jan. 21, 1896. The court was comprised of five justices, assisted by a court clerk, court crier, and two court attendants. Three c
...defense-removal cases. Katzmann, the son of a refugee from Nazi Germany and grandson of immigrants from Russia, expressed his goal when he...
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