The New York Court of Appeals amended the rules this week for in-house counsel to register with the state by clarifying there is no residency requirement and by also allowing attorneys who only work part-time in the state to register.

The amendment, which also authorizes a 90-day period to allow for in-house attorneys to register without penalty for not doing so previously, will become effective April 15.

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