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Appellate division review - business judgment rule, privilege, child support, animal rights

USA - January 27 2015 The more things change, the more they remain the same. As we enter a new year, New York's Appellate Division faces the same and greater challenges:...

The Honorable E. Leo Milonas.

Appellate Division Review - navigating uncharted legal waters

USA - October 23 2014 Ten years ago, in October 2004, the New York Law Journal launched the Appellate Division Review on its maiden voyage. Since that time, New York's...

The Honorable E. Leo Milonas.

Risk of ERISA class actions can be reduced by use of plan arbitration provisions

USA - July 17 2014 Under recent Supreme Court authority, it now appears possible to avoid class actions under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as...

Susan P. Serota.

Produce documents ‘subject to’ objections at your own risk

USA - April 30 2014 Litigators, prepare to be frightened: The most common way to structure discovery responses has been harshly disapproved by federal courts around the...

The serious business of appealing a sanctions order

USA - August 26 2013 No question about it: A sanctions order is serious business. When directed at an attorney, it calls into question the lawyer's professional and...

The Honorable E. Leo Milonas.