Decisions Resolve Unsettled Questions on Substance and Procedure

, New York Law Journal


In their Appellate Division Review, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw Pittman partners E. Leo Milonas and Frederick A. Brodie discuss key rulings during the final quarter of 2011 on topics such as law firm opinion letters, supplemental submissions in summary judgment motions, insurance coverage for disgorgement payments, forensic medical examinations of alleged child sexual abuse victims, retroactivity of a change to businesses' eligibility for tax credits, and more.

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