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A recent decision published in the New York Law Journal, J.F. v. D.F., 61 Misc.3d 1226(A), 2018 N.Y.Slip. Op. 51829(U), by Judge Richard A. Dollinger, provided a thorough analysis of the concept of “parental alienation” in the New York courts. This was followed by an article in the New York Law Journal titled “Parental Alienation: What a Concept!” by Timothy M. Tippins, who provided his analysis of the concept of “parental alienation” in the New York courts and analyzed Judge Dollinger’s decision.

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