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Jack Vitayanon was arrested in February in Washington, D.C., on charges he conspired with people in Arizona and Long Island to distribute meth over a number of years.
Federal authorities allege Luthmann and his co-conspirators concocted a fraudulent mob-connected scrap metal scheme that bilked victims of more than $500,000, before things turned violent.
Data newly released by HBR Consulting showed that those who go in-house in New York City are out-earning their counterparts in other parts of the country.
If individual companies' general counsel are willing to step up and make their voices heard, they can help fight the net neutrality rollback, experts said.
Justice Karen Peters, who has reached the mandatory retirement age of 70, and will end a 34-year judicial career at the end of this month, never has had trouble asserting herself.
James Keyte will carve out a new role at The Brattle Group as a liaison between the consulting firm's economic experts and its antitrust clients in the law firm world.
A unanimous Appellate Division, First Department, panel, on Thursday threw out claims for retroactive relief and prospective salary-adjustment relief lodged by a union for the court officers.