Senior Eastern District Judge Frederic Block, Justice John Leventhal of the Second Department and Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Barbara R. Kapnick weighed in on the subject of judicial decision-making last week, each stressing that personal familiarity with an issue does not necessarily mean a judge cannot be objective.
View From the Bench: Personal Experience and Objectivity
New York Law Journal
February 11, 2013
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