After a record-breaking year for law firm combinations, the volume of merger talks involving large firms suggests more major deals on the horizon.
Auto insurance companies in New York can no longer ask about education and occupation as factors for setting premiums, the state's Department of Financial Services said Wednesday.
Sen. Chuck Schumer said Wednesday that he is "pursuing every legal path" against whoever circulated a forged document accusing him of sexual harassment.
Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald said the DFS' lawsuit failed to meet requirements under the ripeness doctrine.
Despite the recommendation from the parole department for 15 to 21 months, U.S. District Judge Katherine Forrest nearly tripled the sentence for the defendant.
Cullen, a leading real estate lawyer and former brigadier general who practiced with Anderson Kill, took a vocal stand against torture in 2004 after Abu Ghraib photos were made public.
A Long Island judge accused of texting advice to prosecutors on how to try a case against a defendant facing a drug charge has been moved to the Civil Part of the District Court.
The commission responsible for investigating complaints against New York judges is asking the state for a budget increase in an effort to cut backlogs.