By Committee on Judicial Ethics | December 6, 2023
(1) A full-time judge who learns that a law firm's website advertises its experience appearing before particular judges, and hosts individual biographical pages for those judges on its own website in a format that combines the judges' information with the solicitation of business, must request in writing that the firm take down these biographical pages and remove the associated links. (2) On these facts, reporting is not mandated; any exercise of the judge's disciplinary functions is left to the judge's sole discretion.
By Amanda Bronstad | December 6, 2023
U.S. District Judge Brian Cogan will oversee the lawsuits, brought against more than 20 companies that make or sell oral decongestants containing phenylephrine.
By Ellen Bardash | December 6, 2023
BitGo is seeking $100 million for a busted $1.2 billion merger. The termination fee in that complaint is thought to be the largest ever requested by a cryptocurrency company.
By Jane Wester | December 6, 2023
Earlier this year, Faridi was named as the independent civilian representative to the New York City Police Department's Handschu Committee, which oversees and regulates the NYPD's policies and practices regarding investigations of political activity.
By Brian Lee | December 6, 2023
Leaders of the New York court system have embraced a study group's recommendation that judges expand the use of remote proceedings as a means of doing business into the future, the Law Journal has learned.
By Emily Saul | December 6, 2023
A team of lawyers from Emery Celli Brinckerhoff Abady Ward & Maazel and Proman Law continue attempts to collect the judgement in favor of plaintiff Haleigh Breest.
By Patrick Smith | December 6, 2023
Proskauer will have an election to fill Steven Ellis' position in January, with the newly elected chair taking the reins in April 2024, according to managing partner Daryn Grossman.
By Everett Catts | December 6, 2023
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