As the state Legislature prepared to begin passing the 10th consecutive budget that does not contain a pay raise for judges, Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye's attorney yesterday outlined her possible suit to force lawmakers and the governor to break the salary impasse. "This is a legitimate case, a legitimate legal case," attorney Bernard W. Nussbaum told more than 100 judges and other supporters of a judicial pay raise who gathered yesterday at New York State Bar Association headquarters in Albany.
Raise Again Out of Budget; Kaye Talks of April Lawsuit
New York Law Journal
April 1, 2008
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