More than 300 current and former members of the Eastern District U.S. Attorney's Office attended the Eastern District Association's annual dinner Wednesday.
Seven firms announce new additions.
An asylum seeker who claimed she was persecuted in China for being pregnant and faced future persecution in that country for being a Muslim has lost her appeal.
The Legal Aid Society is suing the New York City Civilian Complaint Review Board over its refusal to disclose information about any prior complaints and dispositions for the officer involved in Eric Garner's death.
A prison inmate convicted of first-degree manslaughter for the stabbing death of another inmate during a mess hall fight can seek to have his conviction vacated by proving that a principal witness against him was coerced, the Third Department has ruled.
Macy's three-year-long lawsuit aimed at extracting damages from its leading competitor, J.C. Penney, for tortious interference with Macy's contract with Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia garnered a victory Thursday from a unanimous panel of the First Department.
Khalid al Fawwaz was convicted Thursday of conspiring with Osama bin Laden and al Qaida to attack Americans and American facilities anywhere in the world.
The Second Circuit has reinstated an $18 million verdict that was awarded to a man exonerated by DNA evidence after an 11-year delay by law enforcement to find a rape kit.
A Second Department panel said that in determining the appropriate punishment for Natasha McDougall, the supervising court attorney for Brooklyn Family Court Supervising Judge Jeanette Ruiz, it took into account the "high regard" with which she is held and her "genuine remorse" for not reporting her shoplifting arrest when she was 16.
Lawmakers at a joint legislative hearing on a proposed $1.85 billion general fund operations budget did not voice doubts about the proposal's price tag, but questioned Chief Administrative Judge A. Gail Prudenti on an increase in the age of criminal responsibility and grand jury reform.
A New York City police officer's lawsuit alleging he was punished for speaking out about quotas on the number of arrests, summonses and stop-and-frisks has been reinstated by a federal appeals court, which said he was speaking as a citizen, not an NYPD employee.
Renting a regulated Manhattan apartment through Airbnb for $649 a night violated New York City prohibitions against tenant profiteering and warrants eviction of the leaseholder, a Housing Court judge has determined.
Decision Denying Severance Was Rational; All Data Available at Job's Offer Considered
Expert's Testimony Precluded in Lawsuit Over Beer Bottle That Exploded in Hand
Judge Rules Rental of Unit on Airbnb Was Profiteering
Title VII Retaliation Claim for Failure to Rehire Related to EEOC Complaint Survives Dismissal
Jurisdictional Discovery Granted in Diversity Suit Arising From Husband's Death at Aruba Resort
ICWA Gave Indian Nation Jurisdiction Over Custody Action; 'Rooker-Feldman' Doctrine Bars Complaint
In the Matter of the Application of Monica Omoarukhe, as Administrator of the Estate of Carolyn Atta, Deceased, For Leave to Apportion Settlement Proceeds from a Cause of Action for the Wrongful Death of the Decedent, to Approve Distribution thereof, and to Judicially Settle her Account as Administrator, 2008-4934/A
Decedent's Spouse Disqualified From Inheriting Intestate Share of Estate for Abandonment
Karina Garcia, as Class Representative on behalf of herself and others similarly situated, Yari Osorio, as Class Representative on behalf of herself and others similarly situated, Benjamin Becker, as Class Representative on behalf of himself and others similarly situated, Cassandra Regan, as Class Representative on behalf of herself and others similarly situated, Yareidis Perez, as Class Representative on behalf of herself and others similarly situated, Tyler Sova, as Class Representative on behalf of himself and others similarly situated, Stephanie Jean Umoh, as Class Representative on behalf of herself and others similarly situated, Michael Crickmore, as Class Representative on behalf of himself and others similarly situated, Brooke Feinstein, as Class Representative on behalf of herself and others similarly situated, Plaintiffs-Appellees Marcel Cartier, as Class Representative on behalf of himself and others similarly situated, Plaintiff v. Jane and John Does 1-40, individually and in their official capacities, Defendants-Appellants Raymond W. Kelly, individually and in his official capacity, City of New York, Michael R. Bloomberg, individually and in his official capacity, Defendants.*, 12-2634-cv
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Court Grants Petition to Strike Payback Provisions in Two Trusts Created by Will
Application for Court to So-Order Subpoenas Denied As Non-Compliant With CPLR 2307
Perjury Conviction Is Reversed for Contractor Tied to Kerik
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