Daily Business Review
Barry Kamins said in a stipulation that he will retire as state Supreme Court justice on Dec. 1, and the Commission on Judicial Conduct agreed to drop its investigation of whether he violated ethics canons through his behind-the-scenes role as advisor to the 2013 campaign of former Brooklyn district attorney Charles Hynes.
The long arm of the law is reaching out to a Florida attorney as New York's attorney general accused a Florida law firm of fraudulently marketing itself.
New Britain attorney Jacek Smigelski says he's entitled to more than $65,000 in fees for handling a client's probate case. Disciplinary officials have ruled that fee excessive.
One of five South Floridians disciplined by the Florida Supreme Court was a Boynton Beach lawyer who was suspended after pleading guilty in a $200 million corporate tax fraud.
The American Judicature Society, a powerful advocate for judicial reform, ethics and research, is shutting its doors after 101 years in existence.
The American Bar Association turns to an unexpected player to help consumers get affordable legal services and lawyers get business.
Almost two years ago, when I read Paul M. Barrett's fascinating best-seller, "Glock: The Rise of America's Gun," I wondered what subject might next capture…
Can I represent clients from other states?
New rules that the state Supreme Court adopted governing the conduct of magisterial district judges should bring greater clarity regarding their conduct on and off the bench, and will bring the regulations more in line with the newly enacted Code of Judicial Conduct.
A New Jersey Supreme Court ethics panel has lifted a ban on certain fee-sharing within firms whose ranks include a part-time municipal judge.