New York’s highest court has reinstated four counts of offering a false instrument against a Long Island law firm which allegedly included inaccurate information in retainer statements filed with the Office of Court Administration.

The unanimous Feb. 11 memorandum ruling by the state Court of Appeals sent the case against the Law Offices of Silverman & Taylor of Freeport, N.Y., back to the Appellate Division, 2nd Department, for “proper legal analysis.”

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