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Thomas Dickerson writes: This year, the Appellate Division, First Department sought to protect shareholder interests in “merger tax” litigation by enhancing the standards for the approval of disclosure-only class action settlements, and sought to protect employees by declining to enforce an arbitration agreement as violative of the National Labor Relations Act. But that's not all.
The Am Law 200's decision to wind down its operations by early January may be the beginning of a long and costly ordeal for its former partners and potentially for the law firms where they resume their careers.
All New York state judges will be issuing orders to prosecutors reminding them that anything that impeaches a witness' credibility or is favorable to the defendant be disclosed at least 30 days before a felony trial.
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