Al Qaida spokesman Abdel Abdul Bary tearfully admitted Friday to a conspiracy that included the murder of 224 people at U.S. embassies in Africa in 1998,…
Don't expect law firms' retirement plans to pioneer sustainable and socially responsible investment strategies, but count on them for doing so with the "cash-balance" defined-benefit structure, which allow participants to park much more than under 401(k)s in deferred tax accounts.
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Courts say third parties have aided and abetted directors in litigation over mergers and acquisitions.
New arrivals and lateral moves in this week's column.
A divided panel of the Appellate Division, First Department Thursday reversed a lower court's denial of a motion to compel disclosure of additional source code in a computer software trade secrets dispute that tests the limits of discovery.
The seven nominees for the Court of Appeals have been rated by eight bar associations.
During closing arguments in a five-week trial over Arab Bank's alleged material support for Hamas, the bank insisted that terror victims failed to offer evidence linking the bank's financial services to terrorist violence, stressing the bank has abided by existing government rules and blacklists. But the attorneys for some 300 victims or their estates swung back.
Second Circuit Chief Judge Robert Katzmann recalled his own family's immigrant heritage, including a father persecuted by Nazi Germany, in his address to new citizens at a naturalization ceremony Wednesday, one of 30 held across the country to mark the judiciary's celebration of Constitution Day and Citizenship Day.