It reads like the plot of Mean Girls or Ferris Bueller’s Day Off or The Breakfast Club. Only this time around, Molly Ringwald and Ally Sheedy would have to be cast as the teens’ mothers.
NYSBA is launching a blue-ribbon Task Force on Voting Rights and Democracy to make recommendations and provide expert analysis to lawyers, policymakers, legislators, and journalists on how to safeguard the very foundation of this country’s democracy.
A typical conservatee is a female nursing home resident between the ages of 76-81 with a low to moderate income.
If you’ve noticed that your clients demand more than usual lately, you’re not alone.
A review of how the statutory document changed as of June 13, 2021.
The New York State Bar Association (NYSBA) today is saddened by the loss of longtime Poughkeepsie attorney Robert L. Ostertag, who served as its president from 1991-1992.
Employers cannot commit to “drug free workforces” under the current New York laws on cannabis.
Judges, staff and visitors no longer have to wear a mask inside state court system courthouses as long as they can prove that they are fully vaccinated.
Is what’s happening to Britney Spears normal under a conservatorship or is it time to #FreeBritney?
Fulton, while troubling to civil rights advocates, does not appear to represent the general license to circumvent anti-discrimination protections based solely upon religious beliefs. Future cases may tell a different story.