New York Court of Appeals Roundup

Sugary Drinks, Hydrofracking, 'Unfinished Business'

, New York Law Journal


In their New York Court of Appeals Roundup, Roy L. Reardon and William T. Russell Jr. discuss a decision that struck down New York City's limits on the sale of soda and other sugary drinks in large containers, upheld the use of local zoning laws to effectively ban "hydrofracking" and ruled that a dissolved law firm is not entitled to post-dissolution profits earned on work performed on a non-contingency fee basis.

Originally appeared in print as Sugary Drink Ban, Hydrofracking, 'Unfinished Business' Doctrine

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