A set of changes meant to standardize the attorney discipline process in New York state are scheduled to take effect Saturday.
- Mayor Taps State Attorney for Albany City Court Seat
- Former NYC Corporation Counsel Joins Westchester Firm
- Vance Announces $19M in Grant Funding for Diversion, Services
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- Study to Track Female Lead Counsel in NY Courts, Arbitration
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Legislature Should Address Glitch in Statute on Sealing Criminal Records, Court Says
Second Circuit Clarifies Law for Consolidated Cases