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Andrew Lavoott Bluestone

Recently I wrote of a Judiciary Law §487 case in the Northern District of New York that violently altered the basic understanding of the elements of this common-law cause of action. In the wake of that stunning Magistrate’s report two other pillars of the Judiciary Law §487 world have fallen. “Judiciary Law 487 Suffers an Earthquake,” N.Y.L.J. (Sept. 20, 2017).

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