Sol Wachtler writes: There was a time when a judge of an appellate court could review the very case he presided over when he was a trial judge. The New York Court of Appeals allowed, even applauded, the practice, but thanks to a recent decision of that same court ('People v. Novak') that will no longer be tolerated.
The threat of cyberattack looms large for law firms. In 2016, the year of the breach," a seemingly endless barrage of law firm security incidents were front and center in industry news and the pace hasn t slowed.
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