The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that a state law preventing retailers from telling shoppers they are imposing a “surcharge” on credit card purchases could be unconstitutional.
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The New York Law Journal invites all law firms to participate in a 2017 financial survey that helps compile the NYLJ100.
The New York Law Journal is looking to honor the best and brightest among New York's legal community across several different categories.