By Joel Cohen | March 9, 2022
Judges infrequently speak publicly to troubling societal issues du jour. Consistent with his ethical obligation of restraint, lest he inadvertently prejudge issues that may conceivably come before him, Justice Acosta has agreed to weigh in on some matters with which society, particularly in New York, is currently grappling involving the administration of criminal justice.
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By Andrew Denney | October 19, 2021
Confronting the novel legal issues facing the city during the COVID-19 pandemic presented Longani's office with the "intellectual challenge of a lifetime," he said.
9 minute read
By Ryan Tarinelli | August 25, 2021
Attorney Mariann Wang is representing Virginia Limmiatis, who accused the ex-governor of touching her inappropriately at an event, and executive assistant Alyssa McGrath, who has accused the governor of sexual harassment.
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By Lizzy McLellan | August 17, 2021
"Although it can take more time to become an expert in one practice area, it makes you so much more resistant to fluctuations in the market," Morrison Cohen's Randi Mason said.
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By Ryan Tarinelli | June 29, 2021
T. Andrew Brown discussed how two crises—one dealing with public health and the other with racial justices—"will serve as the backdrop" to his presidency and inform his approach to leading the state bar association.
6 minute read
By Jane Wester | March 2, 2021
After three decades as a prosecutor, Agnifilo, one of Vance's top aides, said she wanted to focus on piloting internal investigations of sexual harassment.
10 minute read
By Jane Wester | December 23, 2020
After he leaves the bench at the end of December, Scheinkman plans to join National Arbitration and Mediation, or NAM, where he'll focus on commercial matters and high-value matrimonial cases, he said.
4 minute read
By Brenda Sapino Jeffreys | September 17, 2020
Eric Dinallo, chair of the insurance regulatory practice at Debevoise & Plimpton and chair of the American Institute for Stuttering, said stuttering doesn't need to hold back any lawyer's career.
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By Jason Grant | April 1, 2020
"I don't think I've fully wrapped my head—and heart—around the enormity of what I've just been through," he said during his first interview since returning to stable condition. "And I'm so grateful to be alive."
8 minute read
By Jack Newsham | October 2, 2019
Justice Francois Rivera talks about his unique practice of educating student interns and giving them a hands-on role in the process of researching and writing opinions, often leading to a big impact in their careers.
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