With a shot-across-the-bow warning that "drinking and driving offenses almost always should and will result in disciplinary action," the Commission on Judicial Conduct in its annual report is cautioning judges to confront alcohol-related problems before they result in embarrassing or career-ending punishment.
- Terrorist Suspect's Request to Address Jury Declined
- After Rescinded Parole, Inmate Gets Another Shot at Release
- Doctor's Testimony Was Improperly Blocked, Panel Finds
- Judge Blocks Testimony of Appraiser in Dryer Fire Suit
- Profit Pressures Prompt Layoffs at Top Law Firms
- 5 Justices Join Appellate Bench
Judge Blocks Testimony of Appraiser in Dryer Fire Suit
A Southern District judge has reinstated claims against one of Bernard Madoff's so-called feeder funds, holding that the fraud claims aren't preempted by SLUSA.
In this Special Report from the New York Law Journal, brought to you free by The TASA Group: "Disclosing 'Trends' in Securities Offerings: Lessons From 'Facebook,'" "'Daubert' Challenges at the Class Certification Stage: Another Hurdle," "The Not So 'Common' Interest Privilege Applied to M&A Deals" and "Avoiding Attorney Fee Claim Litigation."