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Judicial Ethics - A judge may not serve as a reference for an individual who has recently appeared before the judge as a defendant/participant in a treatment-oriented problem-solving court.
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South Carolina?s Nelson Mullins Joins Chorus On Confederate Flag - A week after the killings at Charleston?s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, one of the state?s oldest and largest firms came out against one of the South?s most controversial emblems.
A week after the killings at Charleston’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, one of the state’s oldest and largest firms came out against one of the...
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Defense Digs Deeper Into Emails Between Ex-Dewey Partners - The defense counsel for three former Dewey & LeBoeuf executives accused of fraud and other crimes further dissected emails that were sent between partners on the executive committee of legacy firm LeBoeuf, Lamb, Greene & MacRae.
The defense counsel for three former Dewey & LeBoeuf executives accused of fraud and other crimes further dissected emails that were sent between partners on...
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Attorney Admits to Taking $797,000 From Clients - A Long Island elder law attorney has admitted to embezzling more than $797,000 from her clients over a four-year period, the Queens District Attorney's Office announced on Tuesday.
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Judge OKs Deal to Improve Access to Public Services - A federal judge has given final approval to a settlement designed to improve access to government services for some 30,000 low-income New York City residents with disabilities.
A federal judge has given final approval to a settlement designed to improve access to government services for some 30,000 low-income New York City residents...
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Attorney Tapped to Monitor 'Hurrell-Harring' Compliance - The Office of Indigent Legal Services has hired a Syracuse-based attorney from the alternative-to-incarceration group Center for Community Alternatives (CCA) to oversee state compliance with a recent settlement over indigent criminal defense in five counties.
The Office of Indigent Legal Services has hired a Syracuse-based attorney from the alternative-to-incarceration group Center for Community Alternatives (CCA)...
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Dewey Defense Digs Deeper Into Ex-Partners' Emails - During the testimony of former Dewey & LeBoeuf corporate partner John Schwolsky on Wednesday, the defense for three former executives of the now-defunct firm sought to characterize Schwolsky's departure to Willkie Farr & Gallagher as a catalyst that propelled Dewey into bankruptcy two months later.
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Federal Pro Se Assistance Program Reports Progress - More than three months since its launch, the Federal Pro Se Legal Assistance Project, or FedPro, has advised more than 100 pro se litigants on a wide variety of federal cases ranging from civil rights issues to small business disputes and foreclosure actions.
More than three months since its launch, the Federal Pro Se Legal Assistance Project, or FedPro, has advised more than 100 pro se litigants on a wide variety...
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Failure to Monitor Accounts Leads to Lawyer Suspension - A Long Island attorney has received a six-month suspension for failing to detect that his firm's bookkeeper stole $5 million of client money from escrow accounts.
A Long Island attorney has received a six-month suspension for failing to detect that his firm's bookkeeper stole $5 million of client money from escrow acco...
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Circuit Reinstates Culinary Arts Teacher's Bias Suit - Circuit Reinstates Culinary Arts Teacher's Bias Suit
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