Barry Kamins said in a stipulation that he will retire as state Supreme Court justice on Dec. 1, and the Commission on Judicial Conduct agreed to drop its investigation of whether he violated ethics canons through his behind-the-scenes role as advisor to the 2013 campaign of former Brooklyn district attorney Charles Hynes.
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In re Board of Education of the City School District of the City of New York, et al., Petitioners-Appellants v. Steven Ostrin, Respondent-Respondent, 400108/11
Panel Rejects City's Bid to Fire Teacher for Suggestive Remarks
Lenore B. Grogan Plaintiff-Appellant v. Blooming Grove Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Carole McCann, Chairman, Board of Directors, Defendants-Appellees.1, 13-656-cv
Ex-EMT Can't Show 'State Action' by Ambulance Corps, Circuit Says
The Commission on Judicial Nomination has presented Gov. Cuomo with seven candidates for the Court of Appeals seat held by Senior Associate Judge Victoria Graffeo. Will he reappoint the widely respected Republican judge, or return the Court of Appeals to Democratic control?
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