Judges to Take Up City's Proposal to Revise 18-B Assignments

, New York Law Journal

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Attorneys representing several New York City bar groups will argue in the state's highest court tomorrow that the city should not be allowed to adopt a plan the groups insist will undermine their role in the assigned-counsel program. The court also will take up Peter Galasso's challenge to his suspension for failing to properly supervise his law firm's bookkeeper, who embezzled from clients.

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