Holwell Leaves Bench to Start Private Practice

, New York Law Journal

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Southern District Judge Richard J. Holwell announced on Feb. 7 that he has resigned from the bench to return to private practice. He is forming a boutique litigation firm with Michael S. Shuster and Daniel P. Goldberg.

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  • Seema Sapra

    The reason Judge Richard J. Holwell has resigned is here - read http://seemasapra.wordpress.com/2012/01/21/my-letter-to-judge-richard-j-holwell-on-my-complaint-about-evidence-tampering-and-obstruction-of-justice-by-general-electric-in-connection-with-ge-investor-law-suits-filed-in-his-court-3/

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