A Brooklyn appellate court has ruled that judges must weigh a range of facts when deciding whether parties failed to negotiate in good faith during mandatory foreclosure settlement conferences.
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- Town Can't Enter Home for Tax Appraisal, Panel Rules
- Circuit Says Tribal Land Immune from Foreclosures
- Microsoft Loses Bid to Quash U.S. Warrant
- Federal Court Seeks State Guidance on Fracking Issues
- Law Journal Seeks Nominations for Pro Bono, Public Service
Federal Court Seeks State Guidance on Fracking Issues
DA's 'Brady' Failure Leads to Upset Murder Conviction
In this Special Report from the New York Law Journal: "Beyond Patents: 3D Printing and IP," "Patent Act Fee Shifting Decisions Focus on Discretion, Deference," "Patent Indefiniteness After 'Nautilus'" and "Using General Liability Insurance Policies to Cover IP Claims."
A continuing series of Q&As with New York's federal judges, discussing their styles of case management, most difficult challenges, and their enthusiasm for their work.
The 2014 class of New York Law Journal Rising Stars includes 42 attorneys 40 years of age and under from every sector of the bar. Judging from the nominations submitted on their behalf, these lawyers exhibit the first-rate legal skills, keen judgment, creativity and dedication that have made a lasting impression on their colleagues and clients.