Out-of-State Attorney Office Rule Found Unconstitutional

, New York Law Journal

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ALBANY - A New York statute requiring out-of-state attorneys to maintain a physical presence in the state in order to practice law has been ruled unconstitutional by a federal judge in Albany.

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  • Ken Cooperstein

    What about when you are directed to serve an OSC personally on counsel in two days? Will we need to hire a process server in Utah? How will the papers get there in time? Do any of the participants in this travesty actually practice law?

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