By ALM Staff | November 21, 2023
A reception to celebrate the judge's 20th anniversary on the bench was held on Nov. 9 at the 40 Foley Square courthouse.
By ALM Staff | November 21, 2023
The award was presented at a meeting of the New York State Bar Association's Commercial & Federal Litigation Section on Nov. 16.
By Andrew Denney | November 1, 2023
Despite ever-growing evidence that proper oral hygiene is a cornerstone of a person's overall well-being, most states still lack comprehensive care…
By Andrew Denney | Ryland West | October 27, 2023
"It was a perfect representation of my courtroom," U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff told the Law Journal after having emerged from Friedland's office of horrors. "Just another day at the Southern District."
By Andrew Denney | October 20, 2023
Batts died in February 2020 at 72. At the time, Batts was on senior status at the Southern District and was also overseeing its RISE Courts program, which allows offenders to earn reductions in their period of supervised release in exchange for participating in a special rehabilitative program under intensive judicial supervision.
By Andrew Denney | October 19, 2023
On Oct. 11, the Franklin H. Williams Commission feted the Housing Court, which began as a plan to relieve an overburdened Civil Court of its glut of landlord-tenant matters and which has undergone significant changes in the years since.
By ALM Staff | October 3, 2023
The award takes its namesake from the first judge to sit in the Southern District, which was called the the District Court for the District of New York when George Washington appointed Duane to the bench in 1789.
By ALM Staff | September 28, 2023
The new class joins the 800-attorney New York City Law Department, which serves a sprawling municipal government with more than 300,000 employees, a $100 billion budget, and contracts totaling nearly $37 billion.
By ALM Staff | September 15, 2023
Stimson, the namesake for the prestigious award, served as U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York from 1906-09, and as president of the City Bar from 1937-39.
By Emily Saul | September 11, 2023
New York State Court Officers Captain William Harry Thompson and Sergeants Thomas Jurgens and Mitchel Wallace were killed during rescue efforts at the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001.
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