New York Law Journal


An Oct. 9 article, "Attorney Ordered to Take Down Web Comments About Ex-Client," incorrectly stated who filed the unsuccessful motion to consolidate the defamation and legal malpractice lawsuit...

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  • Donald Glassman

    One further correction:
    Robert Feldman did not negotiate a severance package for me from Barnard College, which banned me from the campus as soon as the accusations became known--prior to summarily firing me and replacing me with a less qualified woman. Feldman's false claim concerning a "severance package" was neither backed up by any evidence from him, nor conceded by me. The court simply made a factual error.

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