Deprecated The American Lawyer
...face-to-face meetings. For firms like Salans and Herrick, Feinstein put their associates through role-playing exercises in which they interact...
...out of total left field." Scott E. Mollen of Herrick Feinstein, who represented the Real Estate Board of New York in an...
W eighing in on allegations of judge shopping, the outgoing administrative judge of Brooklyn Supreme Court has intervened in a dispute over the leadership of the borough`s largest Hasidic sect
...Chin criticized attorneys John P. Sheridan and Scott E. Mollen of Herrick, Feinstein for claiming their client had every right to take a cybersquatter...
"Ahora!" cried Rafael Santiago, drawing a standing ovation from the audience at the Hispanic National Bar Association's Convention. "Ahora" means: the time is now, and it's a phrase that typifies the
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