Angela Turturro

Angela Turturro is the Sections editor for the New York Law Journal and head of the Contributed Content desk for ALM.

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  • September 12, 2022 | New York Law Journal

    Trusts & Estates

    In this Special Report: "New York's Latest Legislative Session: What Passed, What Didn't, What's Next," "Mental Health Directives in Estate Planning Engagements," "Practical Considerations When Attempting To Remove an Ineffective Fiduciary," "Maximizing QSBS Income Tax Savings With Trusts," "Being a New York Income Tax Resident: Did 'Matter of Obus' Change the Game?" and "Late Portability Election: New Relief Available."

    By Angela Turturro

    2 minute read

  • August 29, 2022 | New York Law Journal

    Fashion Law

    From bellbottom jeans, to low-rise jeans, to high-rise "mom" jeans, and everything in between, it is undeniable that shoppers are presented with constantly-changing trends. While it might seem difficult to select from endless styles of garments, we shoppers have it easy compared to the transactional and IP lawyers ironing-out difficult issues behind the scenes, as discussed in the articles in this week's Fashion Law special report. In "Halston: A Lesson in Licensing," we learn that licensing an already-successful brand requires careful precision. In "Growing Use of Smart Fabrics Brings New Legal Issues," the author highlights that the marriage of garments and technology raises compliance and privacy concerns not typically implicated by clothing made from traditional fabric. In "Intellectual Property and Fashion Design: Protection and Enforcement," we learn that patent, trademark and copyright may be utilized together for solid protection of rights. In "Beauty and Justice: How Brands Targeting Women of Color Can Assess Their Risks," the author writes that staying abreast of legislation, enforcement actions, and social trends should be a priority for beauty product companies. And in "Protecting Fashion in the Metaverse," we read that new technologies are forcing brand owners to implement registration and enforcement strategies to protect their intellectual property rights in the metaverse.

    By Angela Turturro

    1 minute read

  • August 22, 2022 | New York Law Journal

    New York Court of Appeals and Appellate Practice

    In this Special Report: "An Abundance of Civil Procedure Decisions From the Court of Appeals," "Prosecution Overwhelmingly Prevailed, Lengthy Dissents Were Frequent," "An Evolving Court Divides in New Insurance Cases," "Notice of Entry in the NYSCEF Era" and "Oral Argument: Easy Questions, Hard Questions—Be Prepared."

    By Angela Turturro

    2 minute read

  • August 10, 2022 | New York Law Journal

    Electoral Count Act of 1887: Part 6—Electoral Count Modernization Act Discussion Draft, Detailed Comments

    Proposed new §1(c)(2) problematically provides that states are "not precluded" from processing, counting or tabulating mail ballots or those submitted by other means before or after election day. The Draft should specifically authorize this as a Necessary and Proper exercise of states constitutional authority to fix the time for choosing electors.

    By Angela Turturro

    10 minute read

  • August 8, 2022 | New York Law Journal

    Alternative Dispute Resolution

    In this Special Report: "Arbitration 911: Emergency Arbitration Emerges as an Option," "How Companies Can Improve the Pipeline of Diverse Lawyers in Arbitration," "Valuation Disputes and Disagreements: ADR Could Be the Solution for Dissolution," "The Benefits of Cost Shifting and the English Rule in International Arbitration," "Have You Got the Right Virtual Platform for Your Arbitration?" and "Arbitration Absent Agreement: A Survey of New York Statutory Nonconsensual Binding Arbitration."

    By Angela Turturro

    2 minute read

  • July 25, 2022 | New York Law Journal

    Matrimonial Law

    In this Special Report: "The Divorce: The Limitations of Privilege," "Accounting for the TCJA: Now That Spousal Support Is Not Taxable Nor Deductible on Federal Tax Returns, Should the New York State Maintenance Guidelines Be Modified?," "Surrogacy: From 'Baby M' to Today's 'Baby-Making Technology,'" "Sacred Vows, Modern Realities: Legal Implications of Religious Divorce," "The Supreme Court Got at Least One Thing Right This Term" and "Repeat After Me: Coercive Control Is Domestic Violence."

    By Angela Turturro

    2 minute read

  • June 27, 2022 | New York Law Journal

    White-Collar Crime

    In this Special Report: "DOJ Seeks To Seize the Day With the KleptoCapture Taskforce," "Trends in the Use of Artificial Intelligence in White-Collar Matters," "A Better Way To Consider Collateral Consequences of Conviction" and "Cryptocurrency Crime: Examining Age-Old Fraud With a Modern Twist."

    By Angela Turturro

    1 minute read

  • June 6, 2022 | New York Law Journal

    Corporate Restructuring & Bankruptcy

    In this Special Report: "Texas Two-Stepping Mass Tort Claimants," "Opportunities for Lenders in Financing Bankruptcy Acquisitions," "Legislation Expanding Subchapter V Bankruptcy Eligibility Awaits Congressional Vote" and "Another Look at Make-Whole Provisions in Bankruptcy: Drafting Matters."

    By Angela Turturro

    1 minute read

  • May 23, 2022 | New York Law Journal

    Insurance Law

    In this Special Report: "New York State Finalizes Changes to Insurance Disclosure Law," "While New Biometric Privacy Laws Have Led to Widespread Litigation and Large Settlements, Most Courts Have Held That Insurance Covers These Claims," "An Insurer's Ongoing Battle To Limit Disputable Discovery," "The 'Related Claims' Provision in Insurance Coverage Disputes," "Supply Chain Woes Bring Contingent Business Interruption Recovery—and Its Limitations—Into Sharp Focus" and "Call to Action: Modernizing the 'War Exclusion' for the 21st Century."

    By Angela Turturro

    2 minute read

  • May 16, 2022 | New York Law Journal

    Litigation

    In this Special Report: "Embracing the Gains of Virtual Trials," "Independent Liability for Lack of Standing: New York Civil Rights Law §§70 and 71," "Does Jurisdiction-by-Consent Survive 'Daimler AG v. Bauman'?" and "The End of 'Bellefonte': 'Global Re' and the Proper Reading of Facultative Reinsurance Contracts."

    By Angela Turturro

    1 minute read

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