The lawsuit filed Monday targeting payments by foreign governments to President Donald Trump's businesses has a number of legal hurdles to clear, but one of the law professors who prepared the action said it may require disclosure of Trump's tax returns, which have been closely guarded.
A subsidiary of JPMorgan Chase & Co. ran a nepotism program on a grand scale in China, U.S. Department of Justice officials said on Nov. 17, as the bank agreed to pay $264.4 million to settle allegations that it hired the sons and daughters of government officials to bribe its way to investment deal
A New York State corrections officer whose sexually explicit photos and videos of her with her boyfriend, also a corrections officer at the same prison, were disseminated after the boyfriend's phone was confiscated does not have grounds to sue the state for emotional distress, an appeals court affir
The New York City Bar Association started work on their report this past summer in preparation for the election of a new president.
The owner of a livery cab that collided with another vehicle after the cab driver was knocked unconscious during a robbery does not owe a duty to the general public to ensure that its drivers are protected by partitions, a Manhattan appeals court ruled.
A federal judge has withdrawn sanctions she previously imposed on two attorneys for allegedly interfering with the interview of witnesses in prescription drug litigation, citing "game changing" new testimony from four witnesses who said they weren't told not to speak with opposing counsel.
A Brooklyn attorney's 17-year-old illegal voting conviction—one he argued had been prosecuted by former District Attorney Charles Hynes as an act of political retribution—was vacated Thursday.
A state appeals court has reinstated an indictment against a retired investigator for the Putnam County Sheriff's Department that accused him of beating and choking a shackled prisoner.
The mother of the late Brooklyn District Attorney Kenneth Thompson has alleged in court papers that Thompson's widow took steps during her husband's final weeks to exclude other family members from his will.
A Manhattan judge has denied a joint motion by defendants in asbestos litigation to exclude expert-witness testimony that the defendants say is based on a "single fiber" or "any exposure" approach to disease causation that many other jurisdictions around the country reject.