JCOPE Is Proper Forum for Request in 'Greenberg' Case

, New York Law Journal


Certain aspects of commentary and public reports, swirling around the public discourse of ethics issues concerning the New York Attorney General's nine-year prosecution of Maurice R. Greenberg and Howard I. Smith, strike me as very troubling. (See, "Government Still Pursuing Greenberg Case 9 Years Later," NYLJ, Feb. 18, 2014; 'Ethics' Tactic Only Seeks to Intimidate Public Officials, NYLJ, Letter to Editor, Dec. 23, 2013; "Bellacosa Attacks A.G. for Comments in Greenberg Fraud Case," NYLJ. Dec. 13, 2013.)

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