Justine Olderman of The Bronx Defenders said immigration officials have been stoking fear by showing up at courthouses.
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- Fox Rothschild Raids Dentons for New York Startup Group
- California IP Firm Sets Sights on New York
- Second Circuit Upholds Ban on Private Investment in Law Firms
- NY AG Settles With 3 Mobile Health App Makers on Misleading Claims Charges
- In Uber Appeal, Another Test for Digital Arbitration Pacts
In this Special Report: "Patents for Wearable Technologies That Withstand Patentability Challenges," "Extraterritorial Jurisdiction of IP Laws: Overseas Operations May Still Create U.S. Liability," "Federal Circuit Decision Highlights Traps in Provisional Application Practice," "Scope of Estoppel Post-IPR Proceedings Becoming Clearer" and "What's in a Name? Trademark Law for the Family-Owned Winery."
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.