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David J. Katz joined the Firm in 2005 and became a partner in 2009.  Mr. Katz received his A.B.  from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, in 1988 (magna cum laude in History and Chinese), where he was a James B.  Angell Scholar, and his J.D.  from the Benjamin N.  Cardozo School of Law in 1992 (magna cum laude), where he was the Executive Editor of the Law Review and the recipient of the Felix Frankfurter Award.  Mr. Katz clerked for the Honorable Roger J.  Miner, United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.  From 1993 to 1998, Mr. Katz was an associate at the Washington, ...
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California Real Estate Scams Seen by Lawyers, Loan Modification ...
http://www.selkblog.com/california-real-estate-scams-seen-by-lawyers-loan-modification-rip-offs-found-by-attorneys-and-foreclosure-consultant-frauds-uncovered-by-ca-lawyers/ ) California Real Estate Scams Seen by Lawyers, Loan Modification Rip Offs Found by Attorneys and Foreclosure Consultant Frauds Uncovered by Ca Lawyers Today, it is estimated that one in ten homeowners is either in foreclosure or behind in their payments. As the economic crisis becomes more severe and the recession feeds upon itself, people have become more and more desperate to find some way to hold onto their houses. With such conditions, the average ... market research, surveys and trends
The curious case of Ken Hodges: your Democratic candidate for ...
But to understand the seriousness of the situation Hodges allegedly created for himself, let’s go back to the beginning. In the first half of the last decade, Georgia surgeon Dr. John Bagnato and his accountant, Charles Rehberg, took issue with the billing practices of the local non-profit hospital, Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital in Albany . The two of them were certain that they found irrefutable evidence that Putney was making hundreds of millions each year, charging unnecessarily high fees to their poor patients, all while their executives enjoyed handsome compensation and the hospital paid no taxes because of its non ... market research, surveys and trends

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Schlam Stone & Dolan LLP - Eastern District Roundup February 2010
This column reports on several significant, representative decisions handed down recently in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York. Judge Frederic Block reinstated an award of $179,722.50 in attorney's fees on remand from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Judge Jack B. Weinstein discussed the reasons for a sentence more lenient than the guidelines range. Judge Nicholas G. Garaufis denied motions to intervene as un-timely. And Judge Eric N. Vitaliano decided a variety of insurance disclaimer issues in the context of summary judgment motions In Luca v. The County of Nassau , 04 CV 4898 ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Schlam Stone & Dolan LLP - Eastern District Roundup January 2004
In the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York, Judge Frederic Block dealt with an issue undecided by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit: Whether federal drug laws preempt state tort claims. Amid another slew of decisions ruling on habeas petitions challenging state court convictions, Judge Jack B. Weinstein granted the writ in a case where petitioner's expert psychiatric testimony had been erroneously precluded. And Judge Nina Gershon declined to dismiss shareholder claims alleging violations of the Williams Act's "Best Price" provision. In Drake v. Laboratory Corp. of American Holdings, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Primaries Tuesday offer many choices for each party
Been getting phone calls from taped voices? Mailings full of family photos, pious vows, and unflattering accusations? It’s primary time, and both major parties have crowded ballots and some lively battles. Republicans vote Tuesday to decide party candidates in six races, from high profile contests for U.S. senator, congressman and governor to a regional primary with Ridgefield’s 20-year incumbent Probate Judge Joseph Egan. Democrats vote in four primaries, including a tight race for the party nomination for governor — the contest Ridgefield First Selectman Rudy Marconi withdrew from after months of speeches, debates and fund ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Legal/Public Notice Advertising deadline is Friday (prior to next publication) at 4 p.m. ...... appearance may be in person or by your attorney. If you ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Public Hearing Scheduled on Attorney Advertising Report
established in 2004 to address the issue of attorney advertising. The purpose of the public hearing is to receive comments concerning the committee�s proposed revisions to the Connecticut Practice Book and to the Rules of Professional Conduct relating to attorney advertising. Following is a verbatim outline that was published in the Connecticut Law Journal regarding the major changes that the committee has proposed. The first seven bullets involve revisions to the Code of Professional Conduct. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
New Jersey Legal Ethics
The difference lies in the definition of "false or misleading." ABA Model Rule 7.1(c) states that a communication is false or misleading if it "compares the lawyer's services with other lawyers' services, unless the comparison can be factually substantiated ." ABA Model Rule 7.1(c) (emphasis added). The New Jersey Supreme Court did not adopt the italicized portion of the Model Rule as part of RPC 7.1(a)(3). The explanatory comments accompanying adoption of RPC 7.1 indicate that the New Jersey Supreme Court believed that comparisons between the services of attorneys had a ...
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What are the Ethical Considerations for Marketing a Law Firm ...
Lawyers face ethical decisions every day in a number of situations, including decisions on how to market their practice. I have been asked to present "Ethical Considerations of Marketing: A Special Briefing for Women Attorneys" throughout the state of New Jersey on June 22 & 23, 2010. The Women in the Profession Section and the New Jersey State Bar Association are co-sponsoring these 2-hour CLE programs that focus on ethical business development and marketing best practices. The sessions will be presented in three locations in New Jersey June 22 and 23 and are based on my 25+ years of experience marketing lawyers and law firms. ...
Do I have to pay an employee who quit without notice? - Human ...
A friend worked a week or so for me and had no employee contract, signed no application or any documents. He was paid in cash for his time. One day he left in the middle of the day and sent a text message saying he was done. Through his actions, he cost me much more than I would owe him. Do I have to pay? Asked by danraydub Posted: Monday, December 22, 2008  |  Found in Human Resources More answers by Nina Kaufman Ah, the perils of doing business with friends. Both of you could have some problems here. You're calling this person an employee, but I'll bet a dollar to a doughnut that you didn't withhold ...