In this Special Report from the New York Law Journal: "Are Utilities Unfairly Protected Under the Bankruptcy Code?," "'Free and Clear' Has Broad Reach in Bankruptcy Sales," "Analyzing the Post-'Stern' Landscape in New York" and "Using Chapter 15 to Implement Foreign Reorganization Plans in the U.S."
In this Special Report from the New York Law Journal: "More Reasons to Arbitrate in the Big Apple," "The Interplay of Restrictive Covenants, Preliminary Injunctions and Arbitration," "Mediation and Marketing: Complementary Skills" and "Supreme Court and Arbitrability: The Arbitrator as Gatekeeper."
In this Special Report from the New York Law Journal: "Considerations for Handling Congressional Investigations," "Designing an Effective Global Investigation," "Privilege Protections for Compliance Efforts" and "Multi-Jurisdictional Criminal Investigations Pose Challenges."
In this Special Report from the New York Law Journal: "Diving Into the Deep End: N.Y. Courts Tackle Tip Pooling," "Property Insurance Issues Linger at Sandy's One-Year Mark," "Ground Leases and Value-Based Rent Resets: An Alternate Reality" and "Defending Electronic Searches and Seizures."
In this Special Report from the New York Law Journal, brought to you free by WithumSmith+Brown, PC: "Anti-Corruption Enforcement in Korea: Is an Old Law Coming of Age?," "Regulatory Uncertainty Remains in Energy Markets," "Nonprofit Law Overhaul Changes the Landscape for N.Y. Charities" and "Staying in Bounds: College Athletics Pose Compliance Hurdles."
The story of the Law Journal over the last 125 years is the story of New York's vibrant legal community. This special anniversary section traces the history of the Journal and state and federal courts, and honors the recipients of the NYLJ Lifetime Achievement Awards and NYLJ Impact Awards.
The lawyers and institutions who have made their mark on the practice of law in New York.
The New York Law Journal pays tribute, in these essays written by friends, family and colleagues of our honorees, to 16 leaders in public interest, academia and the judiciary for their lifelong dedication to promoting justice in New York.
In this Special Report from the New York Law Journal: "A Rise in Alternative Careers Is Changing Legal Education," "Teaching Business Fundamentals of the Legal Marketplace," "Selecting a Law Firm Summer Associate Program," "A Two-Year Curriculum: Bold Innovation, or Just Plain Shorter?" and "Get Smart, Stand Out and Position Yourself for Law Firm Success."
In this Special Report from the New York Law Journal: "Waivers of Whistleblower Claims After Dodd-Frank," "Recent Decisions Clarify Scope of Third-Party Retaliation Doctrine," "Employers' Changing Obligations in the Post-DOMA World" and "Workplace Violence: Employee Rights, Employer Recourse."