Matthew T. Wilkov, a partner at the Lansdale law firm of Rubin, Glickman, Steinberg and Gifford and a retired U.S. Army Reserve lieutenant colonel, served as a panelist at the Montgomery Bar Association's "The 'Business' Side of the Law" CLE seminar.
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During the course of their bankruptcy case, the debtors filed a second plan of reorganization (the plan), in which they referenced a potential and unliquidated claim against an entity known as "ED&F Man." Although this "claim" was also listed on the debtors' schedules, no version of the plan or disclosure statement specifically identified the defendant by name or explained the nature of the claim the debtors intended to assert against this entity.
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Regardless of intent, residential real estate professionals, owners, and landlords in New York could be violating New York's complex human rights law. Here, attorney, Cori Rosen, the expert human rights attorney at Rosenberg & Estis, along R&E members Gary Rosenberg and Ethan Cohen, explore the obligations of real estate professionals, and the best ways to mitigate exposure to opportunistic litigation.
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In 1993, Kerson and the Vermont Law School entered into an agreement for Kerson to paint two murals on the walls of the upper level of the Chase Community Center. During the summer of 2020, the law school's president received a petition demanding the removal of the murals. Kerson sued the law school, seeking a preliminary injunction enjoining it from placing panels over the murals, invoking his rights under VARA.
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In this three-part series, Gus Dimopoulos uses recent decisions such as Kassenoff v. Kassenoff and Walsh v. Russell to discuss the detrimental effects of social media on children in divorce cases and the importance the above rulings have on protecting children of divorcing parents. This final part looks at what's being done to stop harmful content at its source, and how the New York court administration should make the benefits of recent holdings available to all divorce litigants and their children through standing, automatic orders precluding disparaging posts about the parties and their children.
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This article explains the current legal landscape employers face in evaluating requests for accommodations on the basis of religion or disability by explaining the recently announced standards for assessing requests for religious accommodations and summarizing the longstanding standards for assessing requests for disability-related accommodations.
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